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Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis

Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis: Introduction

Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis: Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis is believed to be a rare condition that is usually found in the third trimester or postpartum period. It ... more about Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis.

Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis: Osteoporosis in pregnancy is a very rare disorder. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis is available below.

Symptoms of Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis

Treatments for Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis

  • Patients identified as at risk for osteoporosis should undergo preventive measures, including adequate calcium intake, vitamin D intake, and exercise. Counsel patients to avoid tobacco use. Identify and treat alcoholism
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Causes of Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis

  • It is not entirely clear whether this disorder is a consequence of pregnancy or whether it occurs because of pre-existing conditions in the pregnant woman
  • Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis is believed to occur because of the stress on maternal calcium stores and an increase in urinary calcium excretion
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Prognosis for Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis

Prognosis for Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis: The condition usually appears during the first pregnancy, tends to be temporary and usually does not recur.

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Pregnancy-associated osteoporosis is believed to be a rare condition that is usually found in the third trimester or postpartum period. It usually occurs during the first pregnancy, is temporary, and does not recur. (Source: excerpt from Osteoporosis: NWHIC)

 

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