2023, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part B
Management strategies for pregnant women with gestational diabetes and coexisting thyroid dysfunction: A comparative analysis
Author(s): Lalit Narayan Yadav and Dr. Jayanta Das
Abstract: Pregnant women with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) and coexisting thyroid dysfunction pose unique challenges for clinicians, as these conditions can interact and potentially impact maternal and fetal health. This research paper focuses on evaluating and comparing different management strategies for pregnant women diagnosed with both GDM and thyroid dysfunction. The study will involve a cohort of pregnant women with GDM and either hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, or thyroid autoimmunity. These participants will be divided into groups receiving different management approaches, including dietary and lifestyle interventions, thyroid hormone replacement therapy, or a combination of both. The research will assess the effectiveness of these strategies in achieving glycemic control, stabilizing thyroid function, and improving pregnancy outcomes. Outcome measures will include maternal glucose levels, thyroid hormone levels, obstetric complications, and neonatal health parameters. Additionally, the study will evaluate the safety and feasibility of managing both GDM and thyroid dysfunction concurrently. The findings from this research will contribute to the development of evidence-based guidelines for the management of pregnant women with coexisting GDM and thyroid dysfunction. These guidelines can aid healthcare providers in optimizing care for this specific population, potentially reducing the risk of adverse maternal and fetal outcomes.
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Lalit Narayan Yadav, Dr. Jayanta Das. Management strategies for pregnant women with gestational diabetes and coexisting thyroid dysfunction: A comparative analysis. J Adv Microbiol Res 2023;4(1):145-149.