December 5, 2022

Study: Childbirth is more common in pregnant women with goiter

Pregnant women with Govt-19 were almost twice as likely to give birth to their babies. To have childbirth As healthy women without covia, there were more than 1.2 million deliveries in the United States between March 2020 and September 2021, according to a Centers for Disease Control study released Friday.

Although births less than 1 percent of all births are rare, 1.26 percent of the 21,653 women infected with Covid have experienced a miscarriage, compared to 0.64 percent of women without Covit. Even after adjustments were made to control differences between groups, women with covia were 1.9 times more likely to give birth than healthy women.

As delta variability dominates, the risk of childbirth is even higher for women with goiter: the risk of stillbirth for women with goiter was 1.5 times higher than for healthy women before July, when delta dominated, it was four. Multiple folds from July to September. During the Delta Dominance, 2.7 percent of women with Govt disease had stillbirths.

Dr Dennis Jamison, head of the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics and Gynecology at Emory Healthcare, said: “There are reports of high risk, but it’s difficult to study stillbirths.”

CDC strongly encourages pregnant and lactating women and women planning or trying to conceive to be vaccinated by Govt, but resistance is strong despite pregnancy on the list of health conditions that increase CDC’s risk of serious illness.

Studies show that pregnant women with symptoms are twice as likely as other symptomatic patients to be admitted to interventions such as intensive care or mechanical ventilation, and that they are more likely to die. They are also more likely to experience miscarriage.

Another CDC study released on Wednesday described the cases 15 pregnant women in Mississippi Delta dominated, including those who died of covid disease during or shortly after pregnancy, six who died before the delta variant dominated, and nine who died from July to October.

Of the dead women, nine were black, three white and three Hispanic. The average age was 30. Fourteen women had basic medical conditions and no one was vaccinated. Five deaths occurred before vaccines became available.