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Association Between Maternal Alcohol Consumption in Early Pregnancy and Pregnancy Outcomes

Association Between Maternal Alcohol Consumption in Early Pregnancy and Pregnancy Outcomes Association Between Maternal Alcohol Consumption in Early Pregnancy and Pregnancy Outcomes Fergus P. McCarthy, PhD, MD,Linda M. O’Keeffe, BSc, Ali S. Khashan, PhD, MSc, Robyn A. North, PhD, MD, Lucilla Poston, PhD,LesleyM. E. McCowan, MD, FRANZCOG, Philip N. Baker, FRCOG, DM, Gus A. Dekker, PhD, MD,ClaireT.Roberts, PhD, James J. Walker, MD, FRCOG, and Louise C. Kenny, PhD, MD OBJECTIVE: To investigate the association between alco- METHODS: We used data from 5,628 nulliparous preg- hol consumption and binge drinking before and during nant participants recruited to the Screening for Pregnancy early pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes. Endpoints (SCOPE) study, a prospective cohort study. Participants were interviewed at 15 weeks of gestation and information on alcohol intake before pregnancy and until the time of interview was obtained using a standard- From the Irish Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research ized questionnaire. Alcohol intake was classified as occa- (INFANT), University College Cork, and the National Perinatal Epidemiology Centre, Cork University Maternity Hospital, Wilton, Cork, Ireland; the sional (1–2 units per week), low (3–7 units per week), Department of Maternal and Fetal Medicine and the Division of Women’s moderate (8–14 units per week), and heavy (greater than Health, Women’s Health Academic Centre, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Obstetrics & Gynecology Wolters Kluwer Health

Association Between Maternal Alcohol Consumption in Early Pregnancy and Pregnancy Outcomes

Obstetrics & Gynecology , Volume 122 (4) – Oct 1, 2013

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0029-7844
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1873-233X
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10.1097/AOG.0b013e3182a6b226
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24084541
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Abstract

Association Between Maternal Alcohol Consumption in Early Pregnancy and Pregnancy Outcomes Fergus P. McCarthy, PhD, MD,Linda M. O’Keeffe, BSc, Ali S. Khashan, PhD, MSc, Robyn A. North, PhD, MD, Lucilla Poston, PhD,LesleyM. E. McCowan, MD, FRANZCOG, Philip N. Baker, FRCOG, DM, Gus A. Dekker, PhD, MD,ClaireT.Roberts, PhD, James J. Walker, MD, FRCOG, and Louise C. Kenny, PhD, MD OBJECTIVE: To investigate the association between alco- METHODS: We used data from 5,628 nulliparous preg- hol consumption and binge drinking before and during nant participants recruited to the Screening for Pregnancy early pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes. Endpoints (SCOPE) study, a prospective cohort study. Participants were interviewed at 15 weeks of gestation and information on alcohol intake before pregnancy and until the time of interview was obtained using a standard- From the Irish Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research ized questionnaire. Alcohol intake was classified as occa- (INFANT), University College Cork, and the National Perinatal Epidemiology Centre, Cork University Maternity Hospital, Wilton, Cork, Ireland; the sional (1–2 units per week), low (3–7 units per week), Department of Maternal and Fetal Medicine and the Division of Women’s moderate (8–14 units per week), and heavy (greater than Health, Women’s Health Academic Centre,

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