Iodine Levels in Pregnant Women with Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 27 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 6 - 10 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.21613/GORM.2019.968
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Iodine Levels in Pregnant Women with Hyperemesis Gravidarum

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OBJECTIVE: Iodine deficiency is a commonly seen problem and associated with pregnancy complications. In this study, we aimed to evaluate urinary iodine status in pregnant women with hyperemesisgravidarumSTUDY DESIGN: A total of 121 women experiencing singleton pregnancies between 6 and 18 weeksof gestation were included in the study. The participants were divided into two groups; group 1 comprised 81 healthy pregnant women, and group 2 comprised 40 pregnant women with HyperemesisGravidarum.RESULTS: Urinary iodine levels were found to be significantly higher in healthy pregnant women thanwomen with Hyperemesis Gravidarum (p=0.008). Urinary iodine was significantly correlated with the urinary ketone (r= -0.252, p=0.005) and FT3 (r= -0.190, p=0.037).CONCLUSION: In pregnant women with hyperemesis gravidarum, oxidative stress was increased, urinary iodine levels were significantly low and negatively correlated with disease severity. Thus, ıodine replacement might be essential to prevent pregnancy complications.
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APA ARSLANCA Ş, KORKMAZ V, BEŞYAPRAK F, ARSLANCA T, BARUT A (2021). Iodine Levels in Pregnant Women with Hyperemesis Gravidarum. GORM:Gynecology Obstetrics & Reproductive Medicine, 27(1), 6 - 10. 10.21613/GORM.2019.968
Chicago ARSLANCA Şeyma Banu,KORKMAZ Vakkas,BEŞYAPRAK Figen,ARSLANCA Tufan,BARUT Adil Iodine Levels in Pregnant Women with Hyperemesis Gravidarum. GORM:Gynecology Obstetrics & Reproductive Medicine 27, no.1 (2021): 6 - 10. 10.21613/GORM.2019.968
MLA ARSLANCA Şeyma Banu,KORKMAZ Vakkas,BEŞYAPRAK Figen,ARSLANCA Tufan,BARUT Adil Iodine Levels in Pregnant Women with Hyperemesis Gravidarum. GORM:Gynecology Obstetrics & Reproductive Medicine, vol.27, no.1, 2021, ss.6 - 10. 10.21613/GORM.2019.968
AMA ARSLANCA Ş,KORKMAZ V,BEŞYAPRAK F,ARSLANCA T,BARUT A Iodine Levels in Pregnant Women with Hyperemesis Gravidarum. GORM:Gynecology Obstetrics & Reproductive Medicine. 2021; 27(1): 6 - 10. 10.21613/GORM.2019.968
Vancouver ARSLANCA Ş,KORKMAZ V,BEŞYAPRAK F,ARSLANCA T,BARUT A Iodine Levels in Pregnant Women with Hyperemesis Gravidarum. GORM:Gynecology Obstetrics & Reproductive Medicine. 2021; 27(1): 6 - 10. 10.21613/GORM.2019.968
IEEE ARSLANCA Ş,KORKMAZ V,BEŞYAPRAK F,ARSLANCA T,BARUT A "Iodine Levels in Pregnant Women with Hyperemesis Gravidarum." GORM:Gynecology Obstetrics & Reproductive Medicine, 27, ss.6 - 10, 2021. 10.21613/GORM.2019.968