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Persistent vomiting aggravated by inability to take in food leading to severe dehydration and ketonuria

Hyperemesis gravidarum

2

Disturbances in urination is most prominent during

2nd and 3rd months

3

Easy fatigability in normal pregnancy is due to

Increased BMR

4

First perception by mother of fetal movement

Quickening

5

Quickening: Primigravida

18-20 weeks

6

Quickening: Multigravida

16-18 weeks

7

T/F Quickening increases in intensity and frequency as pregnancy progresses

T

8

Hormone: Stimulate mammary DUCT system

Estrogen

9

Hormone: Stimulate ALVEOLAR components of breast

Progesterone

10

Earliest sign of pregnancy

Cessation of menstruation

11

Highly suspect pregnancy if ___ days have elapsed after expected onset of menses

10 or more

12

Expression of colostrum is appreciated at ___ week

16th

13

T/F There is no relation between pre-pregnant breast size and volume of milk production during lactation

T

14

Hormone: Thermal changes in pregnancy

Progesterone

15

Luteal vs follicular phase: Greater basal body temp

Luteal

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Temp in luteal phase is ___ degrees higher than in follicular phase

0.3-0.5C

17

Hormone: Skin pigmentation changes

Estrogen and progesterone

18

T/F Skin pigmentation is more prominent in dark-skinned individuals

T

19

T/F Skin pigmentation in pregnancy is intensified by exposure to sunlight

T

20

Reddish, slightly depressed streaks commonly found in abdominal skin that may turn silvery white after delivery

Striae gravidarum

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Striae gravidarum is due to

Separation of underlying collagen tissue

22

Hormone: Decreased peripheral vascular resistance

Estrogen

23

More rapid growth as uterus rises out of pelvis: Weeks

16-22 weeks

24

Time during which fundic height is equal to gestational age, i.e. x cm = x weeks AOG

16-32 weeks

25

T/F Abdominal enlargement is more pronounced in
multigravida than primigravida

T

26

T/F Uterine growth is limited to anteroposterior
diameter

T

27

Average diameter of uterus at 12 weeks AOG

8 cm

28

Hegar sign is appreciated at ___ weeks

6-8

29

T/F At about 4 weeks AOG external cervical os and cervical canal become patulous (open/distended) to allow insertion of fingertip

T

30

Hormone: Ferning of cervical mucus

Estrogen