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Lactation and Maternal Subclinical Atherosclerosis Among Women With and Without a History of Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy.

We evaluated subclinical cardiovascular disease in relation to lactation history among women with normotensive pregnancies and women with hypertensive pregnancies, a distinction not previously examined. The POUCHmoms study included 678 women from a pregnancy cohort who were followed 7-15 years after delivery. We measured blood pressure, lipid levels, carotid intima-media thickness (CIMT), and lactation duration for each live birth (LB) at follow-up. We categorized lactation as never,


Ultrasound Imaging Characteristics of Breast Lesions Diagnosed During Pregnancy and Lactation.

The breast undergoes extensive physiologic changes during pregnancy/lactation. We aimed to review the ultrasound (US) imaging characteristics of breast lesions during pregnancy/lactation and to demonstrate ultrasonography as an excellent imaging modality in this patient population. We performed a retrospective study involving 195 patients with 206 pathologically confirmed breast lesions during pregnancy/lactation over the period of January 2010 to December 2018; 51 were diagnosed with breast cancer, includ...

Ursodeoxycholic acid in pregnancy ?

The case of a 34-year-old woman with primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) before, during and after pregnancy is described. The use of ursodeoxycholic acid during and after pregnancy is discussed. UDCA has not been approved by the drug regulatory authorities as a pregnancy-safe drug; therefore, reluctance of clinicians to prescribe UDCA during pregnancy is comprehendible. This Grand Round aims to provide a detailed analysis of the current evidence, safety data and clinical experience with ursodeoxycholic acid (...


Should I Get LASIK If I'm Breastfeeding?

Changes in keratometric values and refraction can occur during pregnancy. For this reason, changing a patient's refractive prescription or undergoing corneal refractive surgery is not recommended during pregnancy. However, the extent to which these corneal changes persist during lactation is not as well reported. Pregnancy and lactation lead to hormonal changes that affect the corneal structure. LASIK, or other types of refractive surgery, is not recommended until all of the following conditions are met: ce...

Lactation and maternal risk of diabetes: Evidence from the Mexican Teachers' Cohort.

One postpartum behavior that may be protective against diabetes is lactation due to its potential role in resetting maternal metabolism after pregnancy. However, the role of lactation in maternal risk of diabetes has not been investigated in Latin American populations, where rates of breastfeeding are suboptimal and diabetes incidence is increasing. Therefore, our aim was to estimate the association between mean duration of lactation per child and maternal incidence of diabetes. We followed 66,573 women fro...

Dibutyl phthalate exposure during gestation and lactation in C57BL/6 mice: Maternal behavior and neurodevelopment in pups.

Neurotoxic effects of phthalate during pregnancy on immature brain of the offspring or mature brains of the mothers remain unclear. We examined the effect of dibutyl phthalate (DBP) exposure during gestation and lactation on the maternal behavior of mother mice and neurodevelopment in pups.

Prevalence and characteristics of pregnancy- and lactation-related calls to the National Poison Centre in Belgium: A retrospective analysis of calls from 2012 to 2017.

In the absence of a Teratology Information Service in Belgium, the National Poison Centre might act as a substitute centre for answering pregnancy- and lactation-related questions regarding medication use. The aim of this study was to define the prevalence and characteristics of pregnancy- and lactation-related calls to the National Poison Centre in Belgium, as well as the type of health products involved during these calls.

Clinical evidence of the effect of bisphosphonates on pregnancy and the infant.

Bisphosphonates (BPs) are potent inhibitors of osteoclast mediated bone resorption. These drugs are widely used in the management of osteoporosis and other diseases, characterized by high bone turnover. The effect of BPs on gestation and lactation, when they are used as therapeutic agents in premenopausal women, is yet unknown. We conducted a detailed literature review and identified the cases of BPs use in young women, as well as, the effects of this therapy on the gestation and the embryo. The published d...

Early life high-fat diet exposure maintains glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity with a fatty liver and small brain size in the adult offspring.

Diet during pregnancy has long lasting consequences on the offspring, warranting a study on the impact of early exposure to a high fat diet on the adult offspring. We hypothesized that a prenatal n-6 enriched diet will have adverse metabolic outcomes on the adult offspring that may be reversed with a postnatal n-3 enriched diet. To test this hypothesis, we examined the adult offspring from three groups: (1) n-6 group: during gestation and lactation, dams consumed an n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid enriched d...

Brain STAT5 modulates long-term metabolic and epigenetic changes induced by pregnancy and lactation in female mice.

Several metabolic and behavioral adaptations that emerge during pregnancy remain present after weaning. Thus, reproductive experience causes long-lasting metabolic programming, particularly in the brain. However, the isolate effects of pregnancy or lactation, and the molecular mechanisms involved in these long-term modifications are currently unknown. In the present study, we investigated the role of brain STAT5, a key transcription factor recruited by hormones highly secreted during gestation or lactation,...

Effects of PM exposure during gestation on maternal gut microbiota and pregnancy outcomes.

A number of studies have reported that fine particulate matter (PM) exposure is associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes. Moreover, PM exposure contributes to changes of gut microbiota. However, influences of PM exposure during gestation on maternal gut microbiota and pregnancy outcomes were not well understood. Here we performed a study using mice models. Dams were exposed to PM suspension by intratracheal instillation on gestational day (GD) 3, 6, 9, 12 and 15. Pregnancy outcomes, maternal gut microbiot...

Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma During Third-Trimester Pregnancy and Lactation.

Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma is the most common type of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma affecting pregnancy. These tumors may be aggressive and rapidly growing in pregnancy. Management is based on the balance of risks and benefits to both the pregnant patient and the fetus.

The correlation between PM exposure and hypertensive disorders in pregnancy: A Meta-analysis.

To find the correlation between exposure to PM (fine particulate matter) and hypertensive disorders in pregnancy (HDP), and provide medical evidence for decreasing the incidence of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy.

Pamidronate Administration during Pregnancy and Lactation Induces Temporal Preservation of Maternal Bone Mass in a Mouse Model of Osteogenesis Imperfecta.

During pregnancy and lactation, the maternal skeleton undergoes significant bone loss through increased resorption to provide the necessary calcium supply to the developing fetus and suckling neonate. This period of skeletal vulnerability has not been clearly associated with increased maternal fracture risk, but these physiological conditions can exacerbate an underlying metabolic bone condition like osteogenesis imperfecta. While bisphosphonates are commonly used in post-menopausal women, there are cases w...

Neonatal outcomes of children born to mothers on biological agents during pregnancy: state of the art and perspective.

Biologic disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (bDMARDs) are used in pregnant patients with rheumatic diseases. Long-term follow-up data about newborns exposed to bDMARDs during pregnancy are however scarce. Here we summarize the published evidence and available recommendations for use of bDMARDs during pregnancy. We analyse clinical features at birth and at follow-up of 84 children, including: 16 consecutive children born to mothers with autoimmune diseases exposed to bDMARDs in utero; 32 children born to...

The impact of occupational activities during pregnancy on pregnancy outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

An increasing number of studies suggest that exposure to physically demanding work during pregnancy could be associated with increased risks of adverse pregnancy outcomes, but the results remain conflicted and inconclusive.

An Evaluation of On-Campus Lactation Spaces for Student-Parents.

Numerous researchers have evaluated the influence of federal and workplace lactation policies on breastfeeding duration, however few have considered the experiences of breastfeeding people returning to school.

The safety of early pregnancy exposure to granisetron.

Current guidelines suggest that granisetron is an optional treatment for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy (NVP) despite lack of evidence to support fetal safety. We aimed to determine the association between early pregnancy exposure to granisetron and fetal/neonatal outcomes.

Central growth hormone action regulates metabolism during pregnancy.

The maternal organism undergoes numerous metabolic adaptations to become prepared for the demands associated with the coming offspring. These metabolic adaptations involve changes induced by several hormones that act at multiple levels ultimately influencing energy and glucose homeostasis during pregnancy and lactation. Previous studies have shown that central growth hormone (GH) action modulates glucose and energy homeostasis. However, whether central GH action regulates metabolism during pregnancy and lac...

Metabolomic profiles in yak mammary gland tissue during the lactation cycle.

The yak is one of the most important domestic animals in Tibetan life for providing basic resources such as milk, meat and transportation. Although yak milk production is not elevated, yak milk is superior to dairy cow milk in nutrient composition (protein and fat). However, the understanding of the metabolic mechanisms of yak mammary gland tissue during the lactation cycle remains elusive. In this study, GC-MS-based metabolomics was employed to study the metabolic variations in the yak mammary gland during...

Maternal exposure to busulfan reduces the cell number in the somatosensory cortex associated with delayed somatic and reflex maturation in neonatal rats.

Busulfan is a bifunctional alkylating agent used for myeloablative conditioning and in the treatment of chronic myeloid leukemia due to its ability to cause DNA damage. However, in rodent experiments, busulfan presented a potential teratogenic and cytotoxic effect. Studies have evaluated the effects of busulfan on fetuses after administration in pregnancy or directly on pups during the lactation period. There are no studies on the effects of busulfan administration during pregnancy on offspring development ...

Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.

Hypertensive disorders of the pregnancy represent a major cause of maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality worldwide. Immediate and future complications are already well known, but recently gestational hypertension emerged as an equally serious risk factor for future maternal health. This article so offers a review of knowledge and recent changes about the diagnosis, treatment and long-term follow-up of hypertensive troubles of the pregnancy which are useful to know for the general practitioner. It also ...

Impact of social violence and childhood adversities on pregnancy outcomes: a longitudinal study in Tunisia.

Accumulating research suggests that exposure to intra-familial adversities are significant risk factors for adverse pregnancy outcomes. However, the relationship between social violence (peer violence, witnessing community violence and exposure to collective violence) and pregnancy outcomes has not been extensively investigated. Our study aims to examine the association between social Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and pregnancy outcomes and to explore the role of depression during pregnancy as a medi...

Maternal air pollution exposure associated with risk of congenital heart defect in pre-pregnancy overweighted women.

Prenatal exposure to air pollutant has been associated with congenital heart defect (CHD). However, no study has investigated this effect in pre-pregnancy overweighted women. This study aimed to evaluate gestational exposure to particulate pollutant (PM) and gaseous air pollutants (O and NO) on the risk of CHD, and explore the potential effect modifiers including maternal age, pre-pregnancy BMI and pregestational diseases.

Ethical Issues in Use of Medications During Lactation.


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