Pregnancy outcomes of women with inflammatory bowel disease

Bilge Tunc, Sabiye Akbulut, Erkan Parlak, Muberra Kocak, Canan Alkim, Mevlut Kurt, Ulku Dagli, Aysel Ulker
2013 Medicinski glasnik Specijalna bolnica za bolesti stitaste zlezde i bolesti metabolizma Zlatibor  
In ammatory bowel diseases (IBD) generally affect women of childbearing age. In this study we investigated the effects of IBD on pregnancy, pregnancy outcomes and on newborns by comparing with a healthy control group. Methods: Data on the productive history were collected both in the question-and-answer format, and also from hospital records. The control group was made up of healthy volunteers of the same age group, who were living in the same region and who had a similar sociocultural
more » ... . Control group data were also collected by asking questions on reproductive history in the question-and-answer format, and also from the obstetrical medical records.
doi:10.5937/medgla1348011t fatcat:4os77rfsbzd6hjak2qgfyb6rkq