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Long-term risk of cancer following pregnancies complicated by vaginal bleeding

Having a VB-affected pregnancy ending in a delivery was not associated with an increased women’s risk of cancer in comparison with having a VB-unaffected pregnancy ending in a delivery, termination or miscarriage.

Risk of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases in women with pregnancies complicated by vaginal bleeding - Danish population-based cohort study

Women’s risks of diabetes types 1 and 2 and multiple cardiovascular outcomes were increased on the relative scale following childbirths affected by VB within 20 gestational weeks when compared with VB-unaffected childbirths and terminations, but not …