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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: [irritative Bladder Symptoms After Vaginal Delivery Or C-section].
Author: Scarpa, Kátia Pary
Herrmann, Viviane
Palma, Paulo Cesar Rodrigues
Riccetto, Cassio Luis Zanettini
Morais, Sirlei Siani
Abstract: This study intended to investigate the frequency of irritative bladder symptoms three years after delivery in women previously interviewed in the third trimester of pregnancy and its correlation to mode of delivery, parity, maternal age, birth weight, episiotomy and forceps. From 340 women previously evaluated at the third trimester of pregnancy, 120 were interviewed three years after delivery, between June and October 2006. Correlation of postpartum irritative bladder symptoms and mode of delivery (exclusively vaginal or c-section), parity, maternal age, birth weight, episiotomy and forceps was analyzed. Associations between irritative bladder symptoms and obstetric parameters were assessed by the Fisher's exact test and Chi-square (p< 0.05). The study group consisted of 37.5% primiparous and 62.5% multiparous women. Mode of delivery was exclusively vaginal in 53 women and exclusively c-section in 42. No statistical difference was found between irritative bladder symptoms and mode of delivery and parity. No statistical difference was found between irritative symptoms and maternal age (> 35), birth weight (>or= 4000 g), episiotomy and forceps. After childbirth, dysfunction of the lower urinary tract, characterized by irritative bladder symptoms, was not associated with mode of delivery, parity, maternal age, birth weight, episiotomy and forceps.
Subject: Adult
Birth Weight
Brazil
Cesarean Section
Chi-square Distribution
Cross-sectional Studies
Delivery, Obstetric
Episiotomy
Female
Humans
Maternal Age
Parity
Pregnancy
Risk Factors
Time Factors
Urination Disorders
Young Adult
Citation: Revista Da Associação Médica Brasileira (1992). v. 55, n. 4, p. 416-20
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19750308
Date Issue: -1-Uns- -1
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