In pregnancy, the prevalence of both obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and depression increases. Up to 45% of patients with OSA in the general population are diagnosed with having depressive symptoms. What is the relationship between OSA and depression in pregnant women? Should sleep screening be routine in pregnancy assessments?
Bleeding in early pregnancy is strongly associated with pregnancy loss. Progesterone is essential for the maintenance of pregnancy. Several small trials have suggested that progesterone therapy may improve pregnancy outcomes in women who have bleeding in early pregnancy. A multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial to evaluate progesterone, as compared with placebo, in women with vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) during pregnancy has been associated with adverse maternal outcomes. However, the effect of maternal OSA on fetal growth is less clear. This study aimed to investigate the effect of maternal OSA on placental growth and function. Dr. Lynn Keenan is a Professor of Clinical Medicine at UCSF and the program director of Sleep Medicine Fellowship. She also specializes in restorative approaches to women’s healthcare and the vice-president of IIIRRM.
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