Background: The increase in the number of pregnant women with tuberculosis is an important factor that should be analyzed at present. Thus, It is important to evaluate the bibliometric characteristics of the scientific production indexed in Scopus on complications of pregnancy and childbirth in pregnant women with tuberculosis. Methods: A cross-sectional bibliometric study was carried out analyzing the publications of journals indexed in Scopus between January 2016 and May 2022. A search strategy was developed using MESH terms and Boolean operators. The SciVal program (Elsevier) was used for bibliometric analysis of the information in the documents. Results: Of the 287 publications analyzed, 13 were in the International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology presented 11.9 citations per publication. Gupta Amita, from the United States, presented the most published papers; however, Myer London, from South Africa, had the highest impact, with 17.8 citations per publication. Johns Hopkins University was the institution with the highest number of publications (34). 51.9% of the publications were in journals in the Q1 quartile while 41.8% were international collaborations. Conclusions: In each year analyzed, scientific production was similar, with the highest proportion of publications in journals located in the Q1 and Q2 quartile. The institutions with the highest production were from the United States and South Africa. Therefore, there is a need to promote collaborative production in countries with greater presence of this disease.