Maternal lipid change in relation to length of gestation: a prospective cohort study with preconception enrollment of women.

@article{Laughon2014MaternalLC,
  title={Maternal lipid change in relation to length of gestation: a prospective cohort study with preconception enrollment of women.},
  author={Sarah Katherine Laughon and Alexander C. McLain and Rajeshwari Sundaram and Janet M Catov and Germaine M Buck Louis},
  journal={Gynecologic and obstetric investigation},
  year={2014},
  volume={77 1},
  pages={6-13}
}
BACKGROUND/AIMS We sought to investigate the association between preconception serum lipids and their daily rate of change in relation to length of gestation. METHODS In a cohort of 70 women, 61 (87%) became pregnant, resulting in 48 (69%) live births. Serum lipid measurements (in milligrams per deciliter) included total cholesterol, free cholesterol, triglycerides and phospholipids at preconception, upon human chorionic gonadotropin-confirmed pregnancy and following pregnancy loss (<14 weeks… CONTINUE READING
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