Association between polycystic ovary syndrome and the risk of pregnancy complications: A PRISMA-compliant systematic review and meta-analysis.

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estrone 21230 explanation could be the increased risk of multiple pregnancies and nulliparity,[[45]] and the interplay of estrone , hyperinsulinemia, and the subsequent diabetic or hypertensive predispositions.[[59]] Additionally,
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diabetes mellitus 1041 observational studies up to January 2016. The primary focus was pregnancy outcomes, including gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), preeclampsia, pregnancy-induced hypertension (PIH), preterm delivery, cesarean delivery, oligohydramnios,
diabetes mellitus 2808 al[[6]] indicated that pregnancy in PCOS patients was associated with increased risk of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), pregnancy-induced hypertension (PIH), preeclampsia, preterm delivery, and small-for-gestational-age
diabetes mellitus 5712 “PCOS” OR “hyperandrogenic anovulation” OR “Stein–Leventhal syndrome”) AND (“gestational diabetes mellitus ” OR “pregnancy-induced hypertension” OR “preeclampsia” OR “cesarean delivery rates” OR
diabetes mellitus 12725 between PCOS in pregnancy and the risk of GDM (A), preeclampsia (B), and PIH (C). GDM = gestational diabetes mellitus , PCOS = polycystic ovary syndrome, PIH = pregnancy-induced hypertension.A total of 20 studies
glucose intolerance 20627 impact of PCOS in pregnancy. Radon et al[[24]] concluded that women with PCOS are at increased risk of glucose intolerance and preeclampsia during pregnancy, and Kashyap and Claman[[47]] suggested a much higher incidence of
hyperinsulinemia 21239 be the increased risk of multiple pregnancies and nulliparity,[[45]] and the interplay of estrone, hyperinsulinemia , and the subsequent diabetic or hypertensive predispositions.[[59]] Additionally, we noted that PCOS
hypoglycemia 1619 associated with greater risk of GDM, preeclampsia, PIH, preterm delivery, cesarean delivery, miscarriage, hypoglycemia , and perinatal death. However, PCOS in pregnancy had little or no effect on oligohydramnios, polyhydramnios,
hypoglycemia 7861 triglyceride, total cholesterol, diastolic blood pressure, systolic blood pressure, congenital malformation, hypoglycemia , macrosomia, perinatal death, and respiratory distress syndrome.The Newcastle–Ottawa Scale, which
hypoglycemia 15923 outcomes is presented in Fig. 6. We found that PCOS in pregnancy was associated with increased risk of hypoglycemia (RR: 2.85; 95% CI: 1.93–4.22; P < 0.001) and perinatal death (RR: 1.83; 95% CI: 1.06–3.16; P = 0.029);
hypoglycemia 16430 P = 0.336).Figure 6Association between polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in pregnancy and the risk of hypoglycemia , perinatal death, pregnancy and congenital malformation, macrosomia, and respiratory distress syndrome.Heterogeneity
hypoglycemia 18649 value for Begg: 0.296), congenital malformation (P value for Egger: 0.566; P value for Begg: 0.734), hypoglycemia (P value for Egger: 0.646; P value for Begg: 1.000), macrosomia (P value for Egger: 0.711; P value for
hypoglycemia 19924 associated with increased risk of GDM, preeclampsia, PIH, preterm delivery, cesarean delivery, miscarriage, hypoglycemia , and perinatal death. However, there was no significant difference between pregnancies with and without
hypoglycemia 20404 pregnancy increases the risk of GDM, preeclampsia, PIH, preterm delivery, cesarean delivery, miscarriage, hypoglycemia , and perinatal death. Several prior studies reported similar conclusions regarding the potentially harmful
hypoglycemia 25773 might impact the risk of GDM, preeclampsia, PIH, preterm delivery, cesarean delivery, miscarriage, hypoglycemia , and perinatal death. Subgroup analysis suggested that study design and pre-BMI might affect these associations,
polycystic ovary syndrome 35 Title: MedicineAssociation between polycystic ovary syndrome and the risk of pregnancy complicationsA PRISMA-compliant systematic review and meta-analysisHai-Feng
polycystic ovary syndrome 12755 risk of GDM (A), preeclampsia (B), and PIH (C). GDM = gestational diabetes mellitus, PCOS = polycystic ovary syndrome , PIH = pregnancy-induced hypertension.A total of 20 studies reported an association between PCOS
polycystic ovary syndrome 13855 heterogeneity was detected for these 3 outcomes, and the outcomes were reliable.Figure 3Association between polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in pregnancy and the risk of preterm delivery (A), cesarean delivery (B), or oligohydramnios
polycystic ovary syndrome 14910 and miscarriage. FGR = fetal growth restriction, LGA = large-for-gestational age, PCOS = polycystic ovary syndrome , SGA = small-for-gestational-age.The summary MD for the association between PCOS in pregnancy and
polycystic ovary syndrome 15717 FBG = fasting blood glucose, HDL = high density lipoprotein, LDL = low density lipoprotein, PCOS = polycystic ovary syndrome .The association between PCOS in pregnancy and the risk of fetal and neonatal outcomes is presented in
polycystic ovary syndrome 16368 respiratory distress syndrome (RR: 1.24; 95% CI: 0.80–1.93; P = 0.336).Figure 6Association between polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in pregnancy and the risk of hypoglycemia, perinatal death, pregnancy and congenital malformation,

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