Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 24th, 1996
Researcher A. Floreani and colleagues noted, however, that these women do not have an increased risk of obstetric complications and that pregnancy does not appear to induce symptomatic liver disease.
The influence of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection on pregnancy and the influence of pregnancy on HCV-related disease are poorly understood. During pregnancy, increased production of different hormones and cytokines might influence HCV activity and the underlying liver disease. On the...
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