Spontaneous bilateral adrenal hemorrhage of pregnancy - Case
Introduction:
Spontaneous adrenal hemorrhage is the hemorrhage in to the adrenals in the absence of preceding trauma, decoagulant therapy and tumor.1 Unless diagnosed and managed promptly it can have disastrous consequences on the mother and the baby.

Case Report:
A 26 year old primigravida presented at 32 weeks of gestation with left infrascapular pain radiating to left side of the abdomen associated with vomiting, palpitation, low grade fever and high blood pressure. Patient had similar complaints on right side one month back. Ultrasound abdomen done at that time showed a right adrenal mass. A work up for pheochromocytoma and Cushing’s was done which were reported to be normal. She was diagnosed with subclinical hypothyroidism in the first trimester and was on levothyroxine replacement....

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