Aahrus University Hospital Denmark conducted a recent study that has revealed that migraine is associated with an increased risk in pregnancy, and is related to hypertension disorders in mothers and newborns.

Migraine during pregnancy may lead to significant adverse outcomes, but treatments can help. Their study also looked at how maternal migraine could be associated with increased risk of adverse outcomes including low birth weight, preterm birth, Cesarean delivery, respiratory distress syndrome and febrile seizures.

Lead Research/Investigator

Nils Skajaa, Epidemiologist, Department of Epidemiology

Source: Punch

Pin It on Pinterest