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Patients should be observed using their inhalers and peak flow meters and correct use reinforced. Frank discussion about the importance of continuing asthma medications and the possible severe consequences for the patient and her fetus with discontinuation is vital. Avoidance of Triggers Up to 80% of patients with asthma have positive skin tests to allergens, the most common being animal dander, dust mites, cockroach antigens, pollens, and molds. There are nonimmune triggers as well, including strong odors, tobacco smoke, air pollutants, and drugs such as aspirin and b-blockers.
Accessed December 31, 2009. Box 1 Increased risk for thyroid disease with greater than or equal to 1a Signs or symptoms of thyroid under- or overfunction Goiter History of hyperthyroid disease, hypothyroid disease, postpartum thyroiditis, or thyroid surgery Previous therapeutic head or neck irradiation Type 1 diabetes mellitus or other autoimmune disorder Family history of thyroid disease Infertility History of miscarriage or preterm delivery Thyroid antibodies (when known) Unexplained anemia or hyponatremia Increased cholesterol level a Pregnant patient needs evaluation with serum TSH.
30. Stenius-Aarniala B, Piirila P, Teramo K. Asthma and pregnancy: a prospective study of 198 pregnancies. Thorax 1988;43(1):12–8. Diagnosis and Management of T h y ro i d D i s e a s e i n P re g n a n c y Diana L. Fitzpatrick, MD a, *, Michelle A. Russell, MD, MPH b KEYWORDS Thyroid Pregnancy Management Thyroid disease is common, affecting 1% to 2% of pregnant women. Pregnancy may modify the course of thyroid disease, and pregnancy outcomes can depend on optimal management of thyroid disorders.