Research Paper | Gynaecology | Sudan | Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015
An Observational Study of Causes of Recurrent Spontaneous Abortion among Sudanese Women
Asaad Mohammed Ahmed Abd Allah Babker | Salaheldein Gumaa Elzaki | Sarah Elsiddig Dafallah
Abstract: Objective Our aim was to identify causes of recurrent spontaneous abortion among Sudanese women population. Method Observational study was carried out in Omdurman Maternal Hospital, Sudan between June 2013 to Aug.2014. The study enrolled 100 women aged 17 to 45 years with history of at least three or more of recurrent spontaneous abortion less than 20 weeks gestation. Questionnaire and direct interview were used to collect information and detailed clinical history, thorough clinical examination and investigated with all patients of pre-decided laboratory tests and special tests wherever relevant and possible, were done then the causes of recurrent spontaneous abortion were evaluated among all cause which enrolled in this study. Results Out of 100 cases 24 % were diagnosed, while 76 % cases remained unexplained. Inherited thrombophilia were detected in 14 %, Anatomical causes was detected in 1 % cases, 6 % had Endocrine etiology comprising of diabetes mellitus and Infective cause in 3 % of women. Conclusion we conclude that from our study the majority of cases of recurrent spontaneous abortion remain unexplained and inherited thrombophilia causes account for majority causes in SRA.
Keywords: Sudanese Pregnant Women, Recurrent spontaneous abortion
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015,
Pages: 1435 - 1438
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Asaad Mohammed Ahmed Abd Allah Babker, Salaheldein Gumaa Elzaki, Sarah Elsiddig Dafallah, "An Observational Study of Causes of Recurrent Spontaneous Abortion among Sudanese Women", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015, pp. 1435-1438, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SUB158456
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