Wanted and unwanted pregnancies in relation to NVP
12. WANTED AND UNWANTED PREGNANCIES IN RELATION TO NVP
- Women who wanted the pregnancy were more likely to experience NVP than those who did not want the pregnancy. 78 women. (23)
- Planned pregnancies had a higher incidence of nausea. 1,000 women. (40)
- Nausea is more prevalent among those whose pregnancy is planned. 1,513 women. (45)
- Women with wanted pregnancies were more likely than those with unwanted pregnancies to report pregnancy symptoms which include amenorrhoea, morning sickness and breast tenderness. 99 women. (52)
- The percentage of women with wanted pregnancies is significantly lower among women who report not having NVP than among women who report this complaint. 4,954 women. (16)
- Women having both nausea and vomiting during the first trimester reported significantly more unplanned unwanted pregnancies than women experiencing nausea only or no symptoms. 86 women. (15)
- 80% of unwanted pregnancies (25 legal abortions) have nausea, 70% in total study population of 948 pregnancies had NVP. (6)
- No difference in NVP among planned and unplanned pregnancies. 9,098 women, 4,517 vomited, 3,502 did not vomit. (18)
Wanted pregnancy more NVP. (23) (40) (45) (52) (16) Total: Five References
Unwanted pregnancy more NVP. (15) (6) Total: Two References
No difference in NVP between wanted and unwanted pregnancies. (18)
Total: One Reference
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Please note this guideline is for moderate to severe NVP symptoms rather than HG
RCOG Green-top Guideline No. 69
The Management of Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy and Hyperemesis Gravidarum
BMJ Clinical Update 2018
Management of severe pregnancy sickness and hyperemesis gravidarum
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