International Journal of Endocrinology / 2016 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Long-Term Quality of Life and Pregnancy Outcomes of Differentiated Thyroid Cancer Survivors Treated by Total Thyroidectomy and I131 during Adolescence and Young Adulthood

Table 3

Pregnancy outcomes after administration of I131 in subjects diagnosed with differentiated thyroid cancer before age of 25 years.

Cumulative dose of I131
≤3.85 GBq
>3.85 GBq

Maternal age at pregnancy (yrs)26.3 ± 5.127.3 ± 2.4
Interval between I131 and pregnancy (months)69.7 ± 47.875.3 ± 64.8
Cumulative dose of I131 before pregnancy3.74 ± 0.087.88 ± 1.3
Intention to have children
 Patients already having children615
 Patients without children1212
Fertility problems after I131
 Pregnancy after intrauterine insemination20
 Pregnancy after FIV ICSI1 (ongoing)0
Pregnancy outcomes
 Voluntary abortion00
 Miscarriage during the first trimester15
 Medical abortion01
Live births924
Birth term (weeks)40 ± 1.238.7 ± 2.4
Birth weight (g)3.256 ± 0.23.116 ± 0.6
Gender (male)515
Number of patients having children615
Number of children after I131924

: number of subjects. Data are presented as mean (±SD) or number (percentage).