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Outcome of pregnant women with hypothyroidism

BAI Fu, XU Yan,QI Yuanyuan,WU Xiumin,ZHANG Yunping. (Haidian Maternal and Child Healthcare Hospital, Beijing 100080, China)  
Objective To analyze the maternal and fetal outcome of pregnant women combined with treated hypothyroidism.Methods Data of 42 cases of pregnant women with hypothyroidism were analyzed retrospectively.The pregnant outcomes were compared between the groups of different TSH concentrations.Results The prevalence of maternal hypothyroidism during the study period in our hospital was 0.1%.The cesarean-section rates, the postpartum hemorrhage rates showed no statistical difference between hypothyroidism and control group (P0.05).But patients in hypothyroidism group had a higher risk of abnormal glucose metabolism(OR=4.000,95% CI 0.779~20.531), premature rupture of membranes(OR=2.969,95% CI 0.849~10.375) and meconium-stained amniotic fluid(OR=6.833,95% CI 0.785~59.479).Conclusion Early screening and proper treatment for the pregnant women combined with hypothyroidism can improve the maternal and fetal outcome.
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