Comparison of Maternal Characteristics and Fetal Changes in Pregnant Women with Mild and Severe Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension (PIH) and Pregnant Women with Normotension
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The way people live their lives has changed dramatically in recent decades.The contemporary society places a high value on education and employment, which has boosted people's standard of living and length of life expectancy. On the other hand, it causes people to delay getting married and having children. Inactivity and poor diet are major contributors to the epidemics of obesity, diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome, and high blood pressure. Certain issues related to pregnancies may be avoided if the bride and groom wait until the right time to start a family. Women with moderate and severe cases of pregnancy-induced hypertension (pih) are compared to women with normotension in terms of maternal features and foetal alterations.
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