Saturday, November 4, 2017

Pregnancy and lupus erythema.. Use of barriers to prevent pregnancy instead of grain. Repeated abortion due to antibodies to phospholipid in the blood



Pregnancy and Lupus erythematosus - Pregnancy and SLE:
- Fertility of women with the presence of the disease is usually normal except in very severe cases.
- There is nothing to prevent pregnancy.
- Use of barriers to prevent pregnancy instead of grain.
Frequent miscarriage is possible due to the presence of antibodies to phospholipids in the blood.
- It is possible to increase the disease and its severity during pregnancy as well as increase in the period of puberty.
- Treatment continues in pregnancy as it is outside the pregnancy.
- The mortality rate of fetuses is higher than 25% with antibodies to phospholipid in the blood and kidney injuries.