The pregnant woman’s healthcare provider(s) will be asked to provide data at enrollment, approximately the end of the second trimester, and pregnancy outcome. For live-born infants, healthcare provider(s) will also be asked to provide data at approximately 4 and 12 months after delivery.
Healthcare providers will be compensated when they submit data to the registry.
Eligible patients will be asked to provide information to the registry at enrollment, including basic demographic information (e.g., race, ethnicity, education), height and weight.
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