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Evaluation of Sleep Quality in Third Trimester of Pregnancy and Its Relation to Birth Characteristics in Women Referred to Gynecology Clinic of Tamin Ejtemaee Hospital of Zahedan

  title={Evaluation of Sleep Quality in Third Trimester of Pregnancy and Its Relation to Birth Characteristics in Women Referred to Gynecology Clinic of Tamin Ejtemaee Hospital of Zahedan},
  author={Atena Jamalzehi and Khaled Omeidi and Maryam Javadi and Alireza Dashipour},
Introduction: Pregnancy has special conditions that can affect sleep pattern. About 2/3 of pregnant women have abnormal sleep pattern which can cause disorders during pregnancy and after delivery for the mother and fetus. This study aimed to evaluate the quality and disorders of sleep in the last trimester of pregnancy and women referred to gynecology clinic of Tamin Ejtemaee Hospital of Zahedan city. Materials and Methods: In this cross-sectional study, 400 pregnant women (28-40 of pregnancy… 
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