Case Report on Taxonomical and Functional Assessment of the Endometrial Microbiota in a Context of Recurrent Reproductive Failure

Authors

  • Achal R. moharle, Mrs. Leena Pahune , Aniket Pathade

Abstract

Diabetes is known to affect fertility and reproductive health in both men and women. Diabetes can cause hormonal disruptions which in turn can lead to delayed or failed implantation and/or conception. Also, diabetes is associated with poor quality of sperm and embryo, and DNA damage (genetic mutations and deletions).

Clinical Finding:  A 43 year .old female was admitted in A.V.B.R.H. on date 20/02/2021 with chief complaint . Pain in abdominal,  pre vaginal bleeding , glucose levels high. With elderly G1.p1 .D0 .A0 With    6 weeks and 6 days   GA with  IVF  conceptions  diabetes mellitus

The Main Diagnosis, Therapeutic Intervention, And Outcome: After physical examination and investigation, doctor was detected a case  of 6 week  and 6 day  diabetes mellitus with  Patient was treated analgesic  drugs to reduce pain. Also provide a calcium supplements and iron supplements present case was stable but according to ultrasonography finding

Nursing Perspectives: Administration fluid replacement. i.e DNS and RL  monitor   vital signs per hourly.

Conclusion: Pregnancy convinced with in vitro fertilization increasing the more  risk of diabetes mellitus  .

Published

2021-07-19

How to Cite

Achal R. moharle, Mrs. Leena Pahune , Aniket Pathade. (2021). Case Report on Taxonomical and Functional Assessment of the Endometrial Microbiota in a Context of Recurrent Reproductive Failure. Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(1), 363–367. Retrieved from https://www.dcth.org/index.php/journal/article/view/106

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