[CG] Low Pregnancy Associated Plasma Protein (PAPP-A) level in pregnancy (patient information leaflet)

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Abstract

Receiving the news that you have a low PAPP-A level may cause you anxiety and although studies have shown low PAPP-A can be associated with low birth weight babies and preterm (early birth) the majority of babies will have normal growth.

The following information aims to explain how a low PAPP-A level will affect the management of your pregnancy

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Last reviewed: 07 February 2022

Next review: 01 June 2024

Author(s): Dawn Kernaghan

Version: 1

Approved By: Obstetrics Clinical Governance Group

Document Id: 1005