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  1. The Effect of Pregnancy on Disease Activity in Patients with Psoriatic Arthritis. Continuation of biologics therapy was associated with a low level of disease activity and a low probability of flare during pregnancy. PubMed, J Rheumatol, 2018 Dec;45(12):1651-1655. (Also see Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis and Biologic Agents) This item was posted in the ISN Newsroom. Please check the newsroom daily for updates on scleroderma and other related articles.
  2. Having a Fever During Pregnancy May Raise Child's Risk of Autism. Having a fever during pregnancy – particularly during the second trimester – is linked to an increased risk of autism in children, according to a recent study. Time Healthland, 06/15/2017. This item was posted in the ISN Newsroom. Please check the newsroom daily for updates on scleroderma and other related articles.
  3. While Pregnant, Women Should Get Health Care 8 Times, W.H.O. Says. Women should see a doctor, nurse or trained midwife at least eight times during each pregnancy, with five of those visits in the last trimester, the World Health Organization said. New York Times, 11/07/2016. (Also see Pregnancy and Autoimmunity) This item was posted in the ISN Newsroom. Please check the newsroom daily for updates on scleroderma and other related articles.
  4. Hello Everyone, I'm 30 years old and found out two weeks ago that I tested positive for ANA (with a titer of 1:1280) and tested positive for SCL 70 (3). I don't have any symptoms (other than cold hands - but it's winter) and the only reason I was tested was because I'm undergoing infertility treatment after having three miscarriages. My infertility doctor sent me to a rheumatologist for further investigation and he said he does not know if or how soon I will develop Scleroderma, but cautioned that my ANA titer was high. Has anyone else had a high positive ANA and tested positive for SCL-70 without developing the disease? It's been truly difficult for me the last couple weeks. Learning more about the disease has somewhat scared me and I can't sleep at night worrying about it. For now, my rheumatologist is recommending that I take one baby aspirin a day while trying to get pregnant again. Has anyone else had trouble with miscarriages while testing positive for both?
  5. I am still in the process of getting a diagnosis; at the present time I do not meet the criteria for scleroderma. I have a positive anti RNA Polmerase antibody and esophageal dysmotility. In my heart I believe I have this disease but it is presenting in an unusual way, I want to get pregnant again but am concerned that it may make symptoms worse; does anyone have experience in pregnancy? I am afraid that my esophageal dysmotility will get worse with the pressure of pregnancy. Has anyone that has esophageal dysmotility gone through a pregnancy and did it get worse or stay the same? I am scared that I won't be able to eat if it gets any worse.
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