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The dataset has been previously described in more detail [ 9 ]. Association of extremes of prepregnancy BMI with the clinical presentations of preterm birth.

Results Of the women with underweight BMI in their first pregnancy, 86 women 1. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Short interpregnancy intervals and unfavourable pregnancy 25443 After removing indicated PTBs from analyses, results from the multivariable modeling remained largely unchanged except lwy weight change between pregnancies was no longer a significant predictor for recurrent spontaneous PTB data not shown.

Effect of gestational age and cause of preterm birth on subsequent obstetric outcome, national institute of child health and human development matemal-fetal medicine units network. Eur J Clin Nutr.

Weight change between pregnancies was calculated by subtracting pre-pregnancy weight in the first pregnancy from pre-pregnancy weight in the second pregnancy. Although several studies have shown an association between maternal prepregnancy underweight and increased risk of PTB [ 6712 ], only a few studies have investigated maternal underweight and the risk of recurrent PTB [ 58 ].

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Am J Public Health. In addition, the more recent cohort in our study and the population-based data employed increased the generalizability of our findings.

PTB was defined as a live birth occurring at less than 37 weeks of gestation. Factors associated with recurrent preterm birth were: Weighed more at beginning of pregnancy 2 than pregnancy 1. It is possible that women with short IPI were unable to change their weight in between the pregnancies and remained it a higher risk because of their starting pre-pregnancy weight.


Previous studies on recurrent PTB are done among women in all body mass index BMI categories [ 5 ] and have not specified the factors related to recurrent PTB among underweight women.

Each year more thanpreterm infants are born in the United States at less than ly weeks of gestation [ 1 ]. Read, write reviews let more italian cuisine pdf. Italian cuisine pdf Find articles by Suzan L Carmichael. However, we were limited to data derived from birth certificates and hospital discharge databases, which are not always reliable.

A historical cohort study. Discussion We analyzed almost 5, consecutive live births of women with pre-pregnancy underweight i. Among underweight women with PTB in the first pregnancy, Theres a wide range of ingredients, flavors, and dishes to experiment with in your own home.

Maternal age in pregnancy l d. Maternal prepregnancy body mass index and risk of spontaneous preterm birth. Find articles by David K Stevenson. Among these86 See other articles in PMC that cite the published article.

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Find articles by Deirdre J Lyell. Maternally-linked hospital and birth certificate records of deliveries in California between — were used.

Between andthere werewomen who delivered their first and second singleton live births in California. Maternal underweight and the risk of preterm birth and low birth weight: The food ranges from simple to hearty, sweet to spicy, subtle to strong; in addition, it is all greatly prepared, with the freshest of ingredients and incomparable to anywhere else in the world.

For multivariable models, covariates were chosen based on prior knowledge for their impact on PTB. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. The study population was categorized into outcome groups based on the first and the second birth as: The impact of exposure misclassification on associations between prepregnancy BMI and adverse pregnancy outcomes.


Open in a separate window. Characteristics of the study population by birth outcome are presented in Table 1. Our results support counseling underweight women who experience PTB about the potential benefits of an adequate inter-pregnancy-interval.

PTB was subtyped based on maternal ICDCM diagnosis and procedure codes along with birth certificate codes in a hierarchical classification.

Risk factors for recurrent preterm birth in multiparous oey women: Information on gestational age at delivery was based on obstetric estimate provided on the birth certificate. Although there is a known association between maternal pre-pregnancy underweight and increased risk of PTB [ 4 — 8 ], the risk factors for recurrent PTB specifically among women who have underweight BMI in their first pregnancy remain unclear.

Introduction Each year more thanpreterm infants are born in the United States at less than 37 weeks of gestation [ 1 ]. Maternal demographics are based on birth certificate data.

Low pre-pregnancy body mass index and risk of medically indicated versus spontaneous preterm singleton birth. The association between short IPI and PTB may be associated with maternal micronutrient depletion, in particular folate depletion [ 19 ].

Author manuscript; available in PMC Sep 4. By examining specific factors 2443 to recurrent preterm birth among women with different severity of underweight, this study adds to the existing literature that has not looked at specifically the underweight women.

Our study has both strengths and limitations.