Last updated on December 2018

Pregnancy Complications - A Probiotic Interventional Study


Brief description of study

Investigators hypothesize that

  1. intake of milk products containing probiotics are associated with a reduced risk of spontaneous preterm delivery.
  2. intake of milk products containing probiotics are associated with a reduced risk of preeclampsia.
  3. probiotics decrease the overall inflammatory state in the pregnant woman.

Detailed Study Description

The main of the Project is to determine if dietary supplementation intake of probiotics are associated with a decreased risk of spontaneous preterm delivery and preeclampsia in a randomized Clinical trial. Investigators also want to further investigate the relationship between intake of probiotics and the degree of inflammation in different compartments during pregnancy to see how the probiotic components affect the inflammatory state in the women.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT02693041

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Bo Jacobsson

Gothenburg, Sweden
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