Pregnant with multiples. How do we improve risk prediction, stratification, management and support.

​​​​A research project by Steffen Ernesto Kristensen

Study I aim: To develop prediction models for individual pregnancy-related risks in mono- and dichorionic twin pregnancies, and evaluate the risk of adverse obstetric outcomes, i.e., spontaneous abortion, intrauterine fetal demise, neonatal death and preterm birth, in a large unselected nationwide cohort of twin pregnancies. 

Study II aim: To estimate the risk of miscarriage after fetal reduction or selective feticide in multifetal pregnancies and describe the obstetric outcomes in a large national cohort. 

Study III aim: To evaluate how women perceive and are psychologically affected by being pregnant with twins, assessed in both complicated and uncomplicated pregnancies.

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