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Afsaneh Khademi, Ashraf Alleyassin, Marzieh Agha-Hosseini, Nasrin Dadras, Allaleh Asghari Roodsari, Leila Tabatabaeefar, Mehrnoosh Amini,
Volume 4, Issue 1 (7-2006)
Abstract

Background: Female sexual dysfunction (FSD) is a real problem that affects 25-63% of women. There is no valid Persian version of sexual function questionnaire (FSQ).
Objectives: The aim of this study was to test the reliability and validity of Persian version of sexual function questionnaire.
Materials and Methods: In this cross-sectional study, 547 women were questioned by Persian version of SFQ. Factor analysis produced five domains of female sexual function. Internal consistency, test-retest reliability, and discriminant validity were calculated.
Results: Five-factor structure accounted for 63% of the variance. Arousal-orgasm domain was as same as arousal-sensation, arousal-lubrication, and orgasm domains of the original version. Enjoyment-desire domain was similar to enjoyment and desire domains except one question. Pain and partner domains were consistent with original domains. Internal consistency, test-retest reliability, and discriminant validity were reasonable in Persian version of SFQ.
Conclusion: Persian version of SFQ is almost valuable and reliable to use for Iranian population with exception of one question. Results of the omitted question from enjoyment domain should interpret separately as unusual sex domain.
Marzieh Nojomi, Ladan Haghighi, Bita Bijari, Layla Rezvani, Seyede Khadije Tabatabaee,
Volume 8, Issue 3 (7-2010)
Abstract

Background: Women 35-39 years old have a 2–3 fold higher risk of pregnancy-related death than women in their twenties and the risk is even more dramatic for women 40 years and older.
Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the association of maternal age with risk of adverse pregnancy and mother outcomes in our setting Tehran Iran.
Materials and Methods: In this retrospective observational hospital-based study 538 nulliparous women were assessed. The association between maternal age and various pregnancy and neonatal outcomes were reported. Data were extracted from the database of Akbar Abadi hospital in Tehran from 2001-2006 records. Univariate and multiple logistic regression analyses were preformed to investigate the association between maternal age and various relevant outcomes.
Results: Women aged 35 years or older had an increased percentages of gestational hypertension (18.8% vs 9.6%; p=0.02) and diabetes in pregnancy (3.7% vs 1.4%; p=0.08) compared with women younger than 35 years. There were no differences between the two age groups in Apgar score at 1 min antepartum hemorrhage preterm labor PROM fetal distress perinatal death and postpartum hemorrhage.
Conclusion: Advanced maternal age was shown to be independently associated with low birth weight preterm labor and rate of cesarean delivery.

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