Usually do not present serious problems in terms of normal reproductive function. They are easily accessible and can be easily dilated or removed surgically.
Treatment - treatment depend up on the degree ofabnormality and whether it has interfered with coitus orpregnancy. Surgical treatment for structural abnormalities is generally done before conception, if possible. The nurse should also recognize that women with reproductive tract abnormalities may feel guilt and anxiety about their effect on pregnancy out come. By carefully assessing the woman’s knowledge and feeling about her progress in labour and possible obstetric interventions, the nurse can contribute to a more positive child bearing experience for the patient and her family
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