The Effects of Fetal Growth Restriction

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The Effects of Fetal Growth Restriction

Fetal growth restriction (FGR) Fetal growth restriction (FGR) is a complex condition. Growth abnormalities that result from intrinsic fetal factors, including aneuploidy, congenital malformations, and fetal infection have a poor prognosis that is often not improved by any treatment or intervention. FGR that results from inadequate substrates for fetal nutrition, metabolism, and decreased oxygen availability

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Strategies to reduce risk of pregnancy complications at an advanced maternal age

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Strategies to reduce risk of pregnancy complications at an advanced maternal age

Although there is an increased risk of complications when the mother is at an advanced maternal age, there aremany suggestions doctors have to help correct the outcome. In a previous post, we discussed at length the increased risks associated with pregnancy in older women. These complications include: Miscarriage Ectopic pregnancy Chromosomal abnormalities Structural malformations Placental

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