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Objective: Study aimed to assess complications during pregnancy and its management
Materials and methods: A cross-sectional study design was adopted using convenience sampling technique. A total of
311 pregnant women with age 18 years and above, and those having complications lead to early delivery were included.
Data was collected from different hospitals of Lahore Pakistan during the period from December-2018 to February-2019.
Results: Results showed that gestational periodhas significant relation with the complication present (P<0.001),morning
sickness (P=0.037), vaginal bleeding (P<0.001), anemia (P<0.001) and miscarriage (P<0.001), while qualification has
significant relation with urinary tract infections (P=0.014).
Conclusion: It was concluded that presence of complications is related to gestational age and patient qualification
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