Obesity and pregnancy

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Pregnancy -- Complications, Obesity, Pregnancy Complications, Maternal Health Services, Obesity, Risk Fa
StatementVolker Briese, Manfred Voigt, Sebastian Straube.
ContributionsVoigt, Manfred, 1964-, Straube, Sebastian.
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LC ClassificationsRG571 .B65 2009
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Open LibraryOL23643178M
ISBN 139781608761111
LC Control Number2009028864
OCLC/WorldCa427500949

Obesity and Pregnancy 1st Edition by Margaret Rees (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Cited by: 4.

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Pregravid obesity and excessive weight gain: implications on pregnancy - Galia Oron, Yariv Yogev and Moshe Hod 3. The psychology of obesity in women and pregnancy - Georgina Jones 4. The molecular biology of obesity - David CW Lau SECTION 2: OBESITY AND REPRODUCTION 5. Obesity and conception - Erica E Marsh and Randall B Barnes 6.

Pregnancy in the Obese Woman takes the best available evidence on pregnancy and obesity to provide an insightful, practical guide to management in one volume. After a review of the epidemiology and special considerations of prenatal care in obese women of childbearing age, the authors cover.

A dramatic and worldwide increase is occurring in the prevalence of overweight and obesity in women of childbearing age. Obese women carry a significant excess risk of a variety of serious complications during pregnancy, and in addition, maternal obesity predisposes to obesity in the offspring.

This book provides a timely update on the latest knowledge on maternal obesity and pregnancy. Obesity and Obstetrics, Second Edition, brings together experts to examine the issues and challenges of obesity and obstetrics, also discussing how obesity affects fertility, reproduction and pregnancy. Beginning with the worldwide epidemic of obesity, chapters then go on to review obesity and hyperglycemia of pregnancy, management of labor.

Furthermore, maternal obesity predisposes to obesity in the offspring, indicating that the prevention of childhood obesity should already start during pregnancy. This book provides a timely update on the latest knowledge on maternal obesity and pregnancy. Furthermore, maternal obesity predisposes to obesity in the offspring, indicating that the prevention of childhood obesity should already start during pregnancy.

This book provides a timely update on the latest knowledge on maternal obesity and pregnancy.5/5(1). Before pregnancy, obesity among women of reproductive age is associated with reduced fertility and potentially increased use of fertility treatments (6).

Preconception care is the provision of medical care and interventions that promote optimal health for reproductive-age women and also promote optimal pregnancy outcomes should a pregnancy.

A recent study published in the British Medical Journal found that obese women who were offered diet and exercise counseling during their pregnancy had Author: Jacquelyn Cafasso. ABSTRACT: Obstetrician–gynecologists are the leading experts in the health care of women, and obesity is the most common health care problem in women of reproductive age.

Obesity in women is such a common problem that the implications relative to pregnancy often are unrecognized, overlooked, or ignored because of the lack of specific evidence-based treatment options. Obesity is the most common risk factor in pregnancy. This book discusses a range of topical issues, including the scientific background behind obesity and pregnancy, complications of pregnancy.

Start by considering these guidelines for pregnancy weight gain and obesity: Single pregnancy. If you have a BMI of 30 or higher and are carrying one baby, the recommended weight gain is 11 to 20 pounds (about 5 to 9 kilograms).; Multiple pregnancy. If you have a BMI of 30 or higher and are carrying twins or multiples, the recommended weight gain is 25 to 42 pounds (about 11 to 19 kilograms).

Pregravid obesity and excessive weight gain: implications on pregnancy - Galia Oron, Yariv Yogev and Moshe Hod 3. The psychology of obesity in women and pregnancy - Georgina Jones 4. The molecular biology of obesity - David CW Lau SECTION 2: OBESITY AND REPRODUCTION 5.

Obesity and conception - Erica E Marsh and Randall B Barnes 6. Obesity is the most common medical condition in women of reproductive age. Obesity during pregnancy has short term and long term adverse consequences for both mother and child.

Obesity causes problems with infertility, and in early gestation it causes spontaneous pregnancy loss and congenital anomalies.

Patients who are obese require specific considerations and knowledge. Bringing together experts from a variety of specialties to examine the issues and challenges of obesity, this book discusses how obesity affects fertility, reproduction, and : $ Select 21 - Obesity and Metabolic Disorders During Pregnancy and Pregnancy Outcome Book chapter Full text access 21 - Obesity and Metabolic Disorders During Pregnancy and Pregnancy Outcome Gerard H.A.

Visser and Yariv Yogev. Obesity, the most common metabolic disorder, concerns, among others, women of reproductive age and, when it occurs before or during pregnancy, constitutes a major risk factor for both maternal and. Obesity and Obstetrics, Second Edition, brings together experts to examine the issues and challenges of obesity and obstetrics, also discussing how obesity affects fertility, reproduction and pregnancy.

Obesity and Obstetrics, Second Edition, brings together experts to examine the issues and challenges of obesity and obstetrics, also discussing how obesity affects fertility, reproduction and ing with the worldwide epidemic of obesity, chapters then go on to review obesity and hyperglycemia of pregnancy, management of labor, interventions to improve care during pregnancy Price: $ It has useful information for all pregnant women on achieving, and maintaining, a healthy weight.

Possible problems if you're overweight in pregnancy. Being overweight increases the chance of complications for pregnant women and their babies. The higher a woman's BMI, the higher the chance of. Obesity has a significant risk for both maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality in pregnancy.

These effects can persist in the children of obese and morbidly obese women, and perhaps even across generations to the children of these children.

Obesity Management During Pregnancy and the Peripartum Period. In light of the increased risks for patients with BMIs greater than 30 kg per Cited by: 4. Obesity and overweight are major health concerns and the leading preventable cause of death in developed and developing countries.

Obesity affects men and women differently due to biological, socioeconomic, cultural and country-specific gender-related disparities.

This book chapter outlines obesity as a risk factor for physical diseases and mental health disorders in women. Obesity is a continuing issue around the world and in many contexts.

The growing number of obese people is an increasing concern for those in the medical profession, and obesity can pose specific challenges in relation to fertility and pregnancy. Patients who are. The effect of adiposity is manifest in nearly every aspect of female reproductive life, whether as a metabolic or reproductive complication or as a technical problem affecting clinical issues such as ultrasonography or surgery.

Indeed, obesity is present in 35% of maternal deaths in the United Kingdom. View this table: Potential effects of adiposity before and during pregnancy Such concerns. Obesity may make it harder for you to get pregnant. You may also have trouble getting pregnant if you choose to have in vitro fertility treatments to get pregnant.

Once you get pregnant, your risk of having health problems during pregnancy is higher if you are obese. Obese women carry a significant excess risk of a variety of serious complications during pregnancy, and in addition, maternal obesity predisposes to obesity in the offspring.

This book provides a timely update on the latest knowledge on maternal obesity and : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. We examined the obesity–fecundity association in relation to menstrual cycle regularity, parity, smoking habits and age to gain insight into mechanisms and susceptible subgroups.

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METHODS: Data were provided by pregnant women enrolled in the Collaborative Perinatal Project at 12 study centres in the United States from to Obesity in pregnant women is abundantly seen in United nt women who have undergone bariatric surgery might have nutritional deficiencies.

They are needed to get an exercise program as well as external vitamin supplementation if recommended. this section deal with the effects of obesity on endocrine function and pregnancy.

Finally, the problem ofweight cycling and the risk of intentional and unintensional weight loss are discussed in two chapters that have picked up important themes of obesity research and put them into a valuable perspective.

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However, they should not recommend weight-loss during pregnancy (NICE, ). Ina report on obesity by the House of Commons demanded six other government departments joined forces. These departments were: Department of health: Main responsibility as obesity is a public health issue.

A pregnancy-specific definition of obesity has not been standardized, so pregnant women are often considered obese or non-obese based on their pre-pregnancy BMI, or the BMI at the initial prenatal visit if this is unknown.

Many factors contribute to the development of obesity with lifestyle and diet being the most important.PREGNANCY COMPLICATED BY OBESITY AND/OR HISTORY OF BARIATRIC SURGERY Obesity DEFINITION Obesity significantly increases pregnancy complications.

For example, obese women face higher relative risks (RR) for gestational diabetes (RR – 11), pre-eclampsia (RR ), thrombosis (RR ), Cesarean birth (RR ) and wound infection.