Percentage of women, who deliver a singleton normal infant, who have no NVP

6.   PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN, WHO DELIVER A SINGLETON NORMAL INFANT, WHO HAVE NO NVP

 

 

 

Reference Number

1.

17% of 948 pregnancies

(6)

2.

10.6% of 414 pregnancies

(21)

3.

16.7% of 300 women

with no NVP in any pregnancy

(A M Barnie-Adshead not published)

4.

24% of 500 pregnancies

(27)

5.

19% of 363 pregnancies

(50)

6.

28% of 199 women in study

(11)

7.

27% of 7,027 gravidas

(5)

8.

27.8% of 1,008 patients

(46)

9.

26.7% of 86 women

(15)

10.

24.8% of 1,453 women

(63)

11.

14.7% of 129 women

(77)

12.

29.0% of 7,767 pregnancies

(51)

13.

32.6% of 193 women

(83)

14.

26.4% of 160 women

(80)

15.

29% of 100 pregnancies

(4)

16.

20.9% of 3,675 women

(132)

 

Total number of women in studies 24,322.

Total number of women with no symptoms 6,234.

 On average 25% of women who deliver a singleton normal infant had no symptoms of NVP.

 

Did you know?

Hyperemesis Gravidarum rarely ends at 12 weeks of pregnancy. It typically improves in the middle of pregnancy, but symptoms often last until birth.

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