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By Wanda Nicholson MD, MPH, MBA (auth.), Wanda Nicholson, Kesha Baptiste-Roberts (eds.)

This publication summarizes the consequences of overweight/obesity within the childbearing years that may be successfully communicated to sufferers via their companies in a hectic perform atmosphere, and gives concise and comprehensible summaries of the evidence-based, theory-driven way of life interventions which were proven to be potent for weight reduction and enhancing the danger of constructing diabetes and obesity.

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A systematic review of cohort studies evaluating the effect of bariatric surgery on pregnancy outcomes concluded that rates of adverse maternal and neonatal outcomes may be lower in obese women who have undergone bariatric surgery before conception [35]. 0 %) [36]. Providing Guidance for Weight Gain During Pregnancy The ideal time for all of the above interventions is before pregnancy. However, if an overweight or obese patient presents in early pregnancy, most of the aforementioned Chapter 3. Preconception and Pregnancy Care 47 recommendations are still appropriate [37, 38].

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T. com W. Nicholson, K. T. Witkop development of policies to improve the dissemination of patient-centered preconception care. Keywords Preconception care • Overweight • Obese • Pregnancy outcomes • Lifestyle modification • Behavioral counseling Key Points • All reproductive-aged women should be screened for obesity by providers using body mass index (BMI). • Providing overweight and obese women with evidence-based lifestyle modifications can help to improve health status prior to conception. • Screening for obesity-related conditions including diabetes and dyslipidemia is an important step to improve a woman’s health before conception.

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