Anette Torvin Møller & Lise Lotte Torvin Andersen:
Neurological symptoms in pregnant women without any diagnosed neurological disease
Ugeskr Læger 2019;181:V05180347
The frequency of neurological symptoms in pregnant women without previously diagnosed or newly diagnosed chronic neurological disease is low (2%) but important. Diagnosis of diseases in pregnancy can be difficult due to the physiological changes during pregnancy. This review summarises the symptoms of pregnant women with either unique or especially pregnancy-related neurological disease. If these conditions are not diagnosed and treated properly, this may result in increased morbidity and higher mortality rates in these otherwise healthy women and their children.