Perspective Study of Twins in Maharashtra Population
Background: Twin pregnancy is no longer a navel occurrence. Advances in reproductive technologies have been the main driver
of this increase, but the clinicians need to maintain a high level of suspicion when certain characters are detected, because more
than half of twin gestations are undiagnosed until intrapartum period and viewed in USG.
Materials and Methods: Out of 325 pregnancies 6 (18%) had twins, USG and routine blood examination Apgar score at birth
weight types of pregnancy conditions of pregnant mothers at gestational period was noted.
Results: Maternal age of 2 (33.3%) pregnant women was 21–25, 3 (50%) was 26–28, 1 (16.6%) was 30 years if age, 2 (33.3%)
had premature labor, 3 (50%) were anemic, 1 (16.6%) had placenta pervia, 2 (33.3%) had vaginal delivery, 4 (66.6%) had
Conclusion: This pragmatic study will help obstetrician and gynecologist to manage the survival of twin fetus the live fetus can
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