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Pregnancy and Medical Conditions


Trastornos Médicos y el Embarazo

Numerosos trastornos médicos pre-existentes pueden afectar al embarazo o ser afectados por éste y requieren el cuidado clínico de un médico o de otro profesional de la salud. En el directorio que se encuentra a continuación se enumeran algunos de ellos, para los cuales le proveemos una breve descripción.

La Hipertensión Crónica

La Cardiopatía

Diabetes y Embarazo

Los Pulmones en el Embarazo

El Asma y el Embarazo

Los Trastornos de la Tiroides

Los Trastornos Neurológicos

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