Pregnancy and Childbirth

Therapeutic strategies for pregnant women with lupus

A highly gender-biased disease, lupus afflicts females some nine times more than males. Because of the disease’s unpredictable turns and debilitating flares — the risks of which are elevated in postpartum women — females with the disease are often advised to avoid pregnancy altogether.

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