Studies on Serum Total Cholesterol, in Second and Third Trimester of Pregnancy

@inproceedings{Husain2008StudiesOS,
  title={Studies on Serum Total Cholesterol, in Second and Third Trimester of Pregnancy},
  author={Farzana Husain and Mahmuda Binte Latif and Md. Nazim Uddin},
  year={2008}
}
Toward the end of pregnancy, the daily production of placental estrogen and progesterone increases about 30 and 10 times the mother’s normal level of production respectively1. Estrogen generally tends to increase serum triglyceride and HDL-cholesterol and decreases serum LDL-cholesterol and total cholesterol. Whereas progesterone tends to Studies on Serum Total Cholesterol, in Second and Third Trimester of Pregnancy 

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