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Planned pregnancy in a patient who was receiving home parenteral nutrition.

A planned pregnancy with a satisfactory outcome is reported in a 33-year-old woman who had received long-term home parenteral nutrition after a massive volvulus, with resection of almost the entire small intestine, six years previously. No obstetric complications were observed and a normal baby girl was delivered by caesarean section. The only nutritional complication that was encountered was aching pain in the limbs and weakness at 20 weeks' gestation, which was due possibly to calcium deficiency and/or the metabolic bone disease that is peculiar to long-term parenteral nutrition and to other unidentified nutrient deficiencies.[1]


  1. Planned pregnancy in a patient who was receiving home parenteral nutrition. Breen, K.J., McDonald, I.A., Panelli, D., Ihle, B. Med. J. Aust. (1987) [Pubmed]
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