Measurement of Uterus Sizes Of Multiparous Women using Ultrasound

Uterus Sizes Of Multiparous Women using Ultrasound

Authors

  • Nayab Fatima Department of Allied Health Sciences, University Institute of Radiological and Medical Imaging Sciences, University of Chenab, Gujrat,Pakistan
  • Akash John Department of Allied Health Sciences, University Institute of Radiological and Medical Imaging Sciences, University of Chenab, Gujrat,Pakistan
  • Abid Ali Department of Allied Health Sciences, University Institute of Radiological and Medical Imaging Sciences, University of Chenab, Gujrat,Pakistan
  • Arshia Amir Department of Allied Health Sciences, University Institute of Radiological and Medical Imaging Sciences, University of Chenab, Gujrat,Pakistan
  • Maryam Mubbarka Department of Allied Health Sciences, University Institute of Radiological and Medical Imaging Sciences, University of Chenab, Gujrat,Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54393/tt.v3i1.33

Keywords:

Uterus, Multiparous, Ultrasound, Pregnancy

Abstract

Human uterus is a pear-shaped fibromuscular organ. The measurements of a typical uterus are 7.6x4. 5x3cm. The uterus grows slowly during fetal life until the end of the first trimester when it grows at a higher rate due to increased maternal oestrogen production. As a result of this continuation of the maternal oestrogen the uterus shrinks immediately after delivery. Objective: To evaluate uterus size in multiparous women using ultrasound. Methods: It was a cross-sectional study carried out at private sector hospital of Gujrat over 4 months period from December 2021 to March 2022. The sample size was 41 calculated via a convenient sampling approach from previously published studies. Multiparous women following ultrasound examination during the study period were included after receiving informed consent. The patients’ demographic statistics were collected on a specially designed data collecting sheet. The data was analyzed using the SSPS V20 program. Results: The average length was 7.9±1.15, width was 4.3±0.77, and thickness 3.5±0.66. There was no significant correlation between uterine size (length, width, thickness) and many parities because the value in the "Sig. (2-tailed)" is 0.607, 0.640, and 0.983 respectively which is more than 0.05.Conclusion: The current study found no correlation between the number of parities and the length, width, and thickness diameters of the uterus.

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2022-06-30

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Fatima, N. ., John, A. ., Ali, A., Amir, A. ., & Mubbarka, M. . (2022). Measurement of Uterus Sizes Of Multiparous Women using Ultrasound: Uterus Sizes Of Multiparous Women using Ultrasound. THE THERAPIST (Journal of Therapies &Amp; Rehabilitation Sciences), 3(1), 07–10. https://doi.org/10.54393/tt.v3i1.33

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