How Does Lupus Impact Pregnancy?
Many pregnant people with systemic lupus erythematosus (or SLE, a type of lupus) will have healthy babies. However, some people experience complications. With your help, we can capture more information about how lupus can affect pregnancy.
“Our observational research program collects important information about lupus and its treatment during pregnancy. This information will be used by healthcare providers and future parents to better manage lupus during pregnancy.”— Christina Chambers, PhD, MPH, Lead Investigator, MotherToBaby Pregnancy Studies
Our lupus study includes:
- 1-3 phone interviews during your pregnancy and at least 1 interview after you have your baby.
- Your permission to obtain a copy of your and your baby’s medical records from your healthcare providers.
- An opportunity to receive a specialized, non-invasive exam of your baby with a study doctor
You can help us better understand lupus and its treatment in pregnancy. Will you become our partner and join the Lupus & Pregnancy Study?