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A primigravid female at 37 weeks of gestation has mild uterine contractions. On examination she has no effacement of cervix and cervix is only 1cm dilated. There are around 10 uterine contractions per hour. She is hemodynamically stable and not in distress. What is the most appropriate management? (AIPG 2011)



A Wait and watch

B Take her for LSCS

C Amniotomy

D Induction of labor with rupture of membrane

Ans. A

Wait and watch

This primigravid female at 37 weeks of gestation has mild uterine contractions. She has no effacement of cervix and cervix is only 1cm dilated. There are around 10 uterine contractions/hr. She is not in distress, hence best management would be wait and watch.

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