We included the studies reporting the prevalence of hypothyroidism in pregnant women in India.

  Inclusion criteria: (1) community or hospital-based studies; (2) studies, providing prevalence of hypothyroidism (subclinical or overt or category nonspecified); (3) studies conducted in India; (4) type of studies: cross-sectional studies, cohort studies, or data-based analysis; (5) diagnosis based on TSH level; (6) singleton pregnancy

  Exclusion criteria: (1) studies conducted in the special population groups like the diabetic mothers or mothers with pregnancy losses, etc.; (2) studies which have not reported screening methods; (3) diagnosis other than TSH levels; (4) case-control studies or experimental studies

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