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Table 1 Anamnesis (case 1)

From: Recurrent maternal virilization during pregnancy in patients with PCOS: two clinical cases

Pregnancy Age Signs of virilization Complications during pregnancy Delivery Postpartum
1st 27 - deep voice
- enlargement of feet
- gestational diabetes - 36 weeks’ gestation (w.g)
- girl 2440 g
non virilized
- breastfeeding limited to one week because of a delay in lactation
2nd 32 - deep voice
- facial hair, hair growth on limbs and abdomen
- clitoromegaly
- face and hands edema
  - 34 + 5 w.g
- girl 3215 g
non virilized
- breastfeeding limited to few days because of a delay in lactation
3rd 35 - deep voice
- clitoromegaly
- severe hirsutism
- gestational diabetes treated with insulin
- menace of preterm delivery at 25 and 32 w.g (treated with corticosteroids)
- 32 + 2 w.g
- boy 2250 g
with hyaline membrane disease
- right adnexectomy for adnexal torsion
- pathological analysis non-contributive (necrosis)
4th 36 - deep voice
- clitoromegaly
- explosive hirsutism Ferriman and Gallwey score = 20.
- gestational diabetes treated with insulin
- menace of preterm delivery at 28 + 5 w.g (treated with corticosteroids)
- 37 w.g
- non virilized girl
- sub torsion of the left adnexal
  1. w.g weeks’ gestation, FaG Ferriman and Gallwey score