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Treating Anxiety During Pregnancy: Patient Concerns About Pharmaceutical Treatment.

The purpose of the current study was to describe anxious pregnant women's concerns about using pharmacotherapy to treat anxiety symptoms, and the relationship of such concerns to women's willingness to use pharmacotherapy during pregnancy.

Insulin Resistance and Serum Magnesium Concentrations among Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects ∼1 in 10 women worldwide. Hypomagnesemia may worsen insulin resistance (IR) due to the role magnesium (Mg) plays in glucose metabolism. This review explores the relation between serum Mg and IR among women with PCOS. A review of primary research focusing on both serum Mg and women with PCOS was conducted from 2011 to 2019. Studies reviewed included human subjects, written in the English language, and limited to community-dwelling women aged ≥18 y. A total of 7 ar...

Perceived barriers to accessing pregnancy-related health information among married adolescent women: a qualitative study in Iran.

To date, no study has been reported barriers to accessing pregnancy-related health information among married women below the age of 19 years. Indeed, the voice of the girls being married is absent in the literature. We sought to explore the barriers to accessing pregnancy-related health information from the perspective of Iranian married adolescent women.

Worrying yourself sick? Association between pre-eclampsia onset and health-related worry in pregnancy.

Psychosocial stress may influence pregnancy health. We examined the relationship between worry about pregnancy health and pre-eclampsia. General stress, mental health, and self-reported pregnancy health worry were measured in a study of 10,037 U.S. nulliparous women. Logistic regression found a dose-response relationship between first trimester pregnancy-health worry and subsequent pre-eclampsia onset, controlling for health history (Beta = 0.40, SE = 0.09, P 

Quantifying the burden of congenital CMV infection (cCMV) with long-term sequelae in subsequent pregnancies of women seronegative at their first pregnancy.

In women seronegative before pregnancy, cCMV related sequelae are exclusively seen in those infected in the first trimester of pregnancy. Up to 30% of infected neonates following maternal primary infection in the first trimester suffer long-term sequelae. Maternal parity is an established risk factor of cCMV in previously seronegative women.

Determining the association between physical activity prior to conception and pregnancy rate: A systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies.

We investigated the association between physical activity (PA) before pregnancy and pregnancy rate according to intensity and amount of exercise. Eleven prospective cohort studies were included in this meta-analysis. Any amount of moderate-intensity PA was associated with a statistically higher rate of pregnancy compared to that in patients with no PA ( < .05). Any amount of vigorous PA was associated with decreased pregnancy rate; regular PA was associated with decreased infertility ( > .05). In contrast, ...

Recommendations for neurological, obstetrical and gynaecological care in women with multiple sclerosis: a statement by a working group convened by the Section of Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology of the Polish Neurological Society.

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common non-traumatic neurological cause of disability in young adults, affecting women 1-3 times more often than men. Several specific challenges arise from the fact that young women diagnosed with MS often have to make decisions related to treatment and family planning at the same time. These issues are connected with fertility, the impact of pregnancy on disease course, the choice of pregnancy timing, and the optimal mode of disease-modifying therapy in the context of a...

Changes in VEGF-related factors are associated with presence of inflammatory factors in carbohydrate metabolism disorders during pregnancy.

The aim of this study was to determine the action of molecules in carbohydrate metabolism disorders during pregnancy. The concentration of different types of cytokines and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) in the plasma were measured in 4 groups of women: Group I, normal pregnancy (n = 10); Group II, patients with gestational DM (n = 12); Group III, pregnant patients with preexisting DM (n = 16); and Group IV, diabetic non-pregnant women (n = 22). The plasma VEGF concentration was significantly high...

Hypertensive Disorders and Depression in Pregnancy: Pregnancy Complications and Fetal Versus Neonatal Outcomes.

Fertiloscopy in Women with Unexplained Infertility: Long-Term Cumulative Pregnancy Rate.

Fertiloscopy is as safe as laparoscopy in literature, but we don't know its relevance in women with unexplained infertility (UI). Our objective was to assess the effects of fertiloscopy procedures on the outcomes of subsequent pregnancy occurrences in patients with UI.

Malaria in Pregnancy: What the Obstetric Provider in Nonendemic Areas Needs to Know.

Globally, more than 125 million women each year are at risk of malaria during pregnancy. Endemic regions carry the greatest burden; however, with globalization, providers in nonendemic regions are encountering increasing numbers of women exposed to or infected with malaria.

Pregnant women at increased risk of adverse perinatal outcomes: A combination of less healthy behaviors and adverse psychosocial and socio-economic circumstances.

Smoking during pregnancy is associated with a multitude of health behaviors and with the psychosocial and socio-economic circumstances of pregnant women. Limited research has so far been conducted on the clustering of these characteristics and on their effect on pregnancy outcomes. This study aimed to identify different groups of pregnant women based on their behavioral, psychosocial and socio-economic characteristics and their pregnancy outcomes. In total, 2455 women who were 12 weeks pregnant completed ...

Complement activation in the plasma and placentas of women with different subsets of antiphospholipid syndrome.

As antiphospholipid antibody-positive women with adverse pregnancy outcomes have higher plasma complement activation product levels and the placentas of women with antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) exhibit C4d complement component deposition, complement activation involvement has been hypothesized in APS pregnancy complications.

Air travel during pregnancy and the risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes as gestational age and weight at birth: A retrospective study among 284,069 women in Israel between the years 2000 to 2016.

The American College of Gynecology (ACOG) recommendation does not limit air travel during pregnancy, yet the evidence for air travel effect on adverse pregnancy outcomes is limited and debatable. Study objectives were to examine the association between air travel during pregnancy and preterm birth together with decreased birth weight.

Parvovirus B19 DNAemia in pregnant women in relation to perinatal death: a nested case-control study within a large population-based pregnancy cohort.

Parvovirus B19(B19V) is the infectious cause of exanthema infectiosum. In Europe around 40% of pregnant women are susceptible to infection. Having small children at home is the main risk factor for contracting an infection during pregnancy. The association between B19V-infection and perinatal death is not yet settled. The aims of the study were to estimate the association between maternal parvovirus B19-infection in pregnancy and perinatal death, and to assess the significance of a positive B19V-PCR in preg...

Does low-dose aspirin initiated before 11 weeks' gestation reduce the rate of preeclampsia?

DATA: Pre-conception or early administration of low-dose aspirin might improve endometrial growth, placental vascularization and organogenesis. Most studies have evaluated the potential benefit of pre-conception or early administration of low-dose aspirin in women with a history of recurrent pregnancy loss, women who have undergone in vitro fertilization or women with thrombophilia or antiphospholipid syndrome. These women are at an increased risk of placenta-associated complications of pregnancy, including...

Intimate Partner Violence Before and During Pregnancy, and Prenatal Counseling Among Women with a Recent Live Birth, United States, 2009-2015.

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a leading cause of injury for reproductive-aged women. Clinical guidelines exist to assist providers in counseling women for IPV, but information on provider counseling among pregnant women from population-based sources is limited. Data for 2009-2015 from 37 states and New York City participating in the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) were analyzed ( = 258,263). We compared prevalence estimates overall and by site, of physical IPV occurring before ...

Initiation of abortion before there is definitive ultrasound evidence of intrauterine pregnancy: A systematic review with meta-analyses.

Women are increasingly presenting for abortion at very early gestation. However, providers may be reluctant to conduct abortion at this stage as they may be concerned that they cannot exclude an ectopic pregnancy or that they may terminate a non-viable pregnancy, or may be concerned that both medical and surgical methods may be less effective at this stage of gestation. This provider concern may result in delays in the abortion as additional investigations may be required until an intrauterine pregnancy can...

Stillbirth and subsequent pregnancy outcome - a cohort from a large tertiary referral hospital.

Objectives This study aimed to assess pregnancy and delivery outcomes in women with a history of stillbirth in a large tertiary referral hospital. Methods This was a retrospective study from Helsinki University Hospital, Finland. The cohort comprised 214 antepartum singleton stillbirths in the period 2003-2015 (case group). Of these, 154 delivered by the end of 2017. Adverse pregnancy outcomes were compared to those in singleton pregnancies of parous women in Finland from the Finnish Medical Birth Register ...

A critical review of the reproductive safety of Leflunomide.

Leflunomide, an inhibitor of pyrimidine synthesis, is used for the treatment of rheumatic diseases, which are prevalent in women of childbearing age. Due to the very long half-life of the active metabolite, its mechanism of action and the teratogenicity observed in animal studies at doses similar to or lower than human therapeutic doses on a weight basis, it is recommended that women stop the treatment before conception and a drug elimination procedure be performed. However, unintended gestational exposures...

Postabortion and Postpartum Intrauterine Device Provision for Adolescents and Young Adults.

Adolescents are at high risk for unintended pregnancy and rapid repeat pregnancy, both of which can be associated with negative health and social outcomes. Intrauterine device (IUD) use has been shown to decrease unintended pregnancy and rapid repeat pregnancy. Evidence supports IUD insertion postabortion and postpartum as safe and practical for nearly all women, including adolescent and young adult women. Providers of adolescent gynecology can play an important role in decreasing repeat and unintended preg...

Association of maternal anthropometry, hemoglobin and serum zinc concentration during pregnancy with birth weight.

Low birthweight (LBW) infants in general are at greater risk of early mortality. Evidence also suggests increased risk of lifelong adverse health and social consequences of LBW. Several bio-psychosocial variables influence birth weight; identifying significant influencers is important to develop effective interventions. Pregnant women (n = 341), in the first eight weeks of pregnancy, visiting antenatal care units in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia were recruited and followed until delivery. Socio-demographic and ec...

Acceptability of dietary or nutritional supplementation in pregnancy (ADONS) - Exploring the consumer's perspective on introducing creatine monohydrate as a pregnancy supplement.

Pre-clinical studies suggest maternal dietary creatine supplementation during pregnancy could protect babies against hypoxic intrapartum events, however creatine has not been used as a supplement in pregnancy. The aim of this study was to explore pregnant women and healthcare professional's general knowledge, behaviours, and attitudes toward nutritional supplements, and their thoughts on introducing creatine as a pregnancy supplement.

Adolescent women with unintended pregnancy in low- and middle-income countries: reasons for discontinuation of contraception.

To investigate the reasons for discontinuation of the last contraceptive method used among adolescent women with a current unintended pregnancy.

Corrigendum: Coenzyme Q10 does not improve peripheral insulin sensitivity in statin-treated men and women: the LIFESTAT study.

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