Lupus and Pregnancy
What complications can lupus cause in pregnancy?
- Preterm delivery, especially with a lupus flare.
- Early breaking of the amniotic sac (premature rupture of membranes)
- High blood pressure during pregnancy (preeclampsia)
- Poor growth of the fetus (intrauterine growth restriction)
- Low platelets.
Why do lupus patients miscarry?
Can a mother pass lupus to your child?
How do people with lupus get pregnant?
Does lupus affect fertility?
Can having a baby trigger lupus?
How is lupus treated in pregnancy?
Can childbirth trigger autoimmune disease?
Are you born with lupus?
How can I prevent miscarriage with lupus?
What is the life expectancy for lupus?
Does lupus affect your menstrual cycle?
What are the 4 types of lupus?
Does lupus cause weight gain?
Is lupus a disability?
Can lupus go away?
How long do lupus flares last?
Does lupus affect egg quality?
Cytoxan can lead to infertility by causing premature ovarian insufficiency (POI), which is when your ovaries stop working normally before age 40. This can make it harder to get pregnant, but some women with POI are able to get pregnant with fertility treatments.
Does lupus affect your breasts?
Can you do IVF with lupus?
Can pregnancy bring out autoimmune?
Why do autoimmune diseases get better during pregnancy?
Does positive ANA affect pregnancy?
What is it called when your body rejects a baby?
What are the 3 types of lupus?
What are the 11 symptoms of lupus?
- Butterfly-shaped rash.
- Raised red patches on your skin.
- You’re sensitive to light.
- Ulcers in your mouth or nose.
- Arthritis in two or more joints, plus swelling or tenderness.
- Inflammation in the lining of your heart or lungs.
- Seizures or other nerve problems.
- Too much protein in your urine.
What should lupus patients avoid?
Heart attack risk is 50 times higher in people with lupus, so patients with lupus should be extra vigilant against foods with known links to heart disease, such as red meat, fried foods, and dairy.