ISSN 0975-3583

Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research

    Evaluation of Vaginal Bleeding in first Trimester of Pregnancy using Ultrasonography

    Dr. Neelam Sharma
    JCDR. 2023: 1041-1044


    During the first trimester of a pregnancy, hemorrhage from the cervix is the most prevalent obstetric condition that leads to hospital admissions, leading both the patient and the gynecologist to be frightened and worried. The common reasons of bleeding in the first trimester of pregnancy include several sorts of miscarriages, placenta previa, and molar pregnancy. The cause and outcome of first trimester hemorrhage cannot be absolutely evaluated by eliciting the necessary history and pelvic examination. Purpose of our study was to investigate the reasons of bleeding per vagina in first trimester of pregnancy and to analyse the sensitivity and specificity of Ultrasound in diagnosing the etiology of first trimester vaginal bleeding.


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