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Case study: Pregnancy outcome following vesicovaginal fistula and severe vaginal stenosis – a complicated presentation

Dr Ananya Das, Dr Tulon Borah, Dr Subrat Panda

Vesicovaginal fistula (VVF) is physically, socially and psychologically devastating to the women who suffer from it. This case report describes the pregnancy outcome in a woman with vaginal stenosis, who had undergone repair of a recurrent VVF. The patient went into premature labour with breech presentation and underwent emergency caesarean section because of previous hysterotomy and VVF repair due to obstructed labour. Unfortunately, the premature baby died in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) a month after delivery.

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pdf icon ANZCJ Vol 16 No 3 pp89-90.pdf