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Eating Plan For Obese Pregnant Women
What could cause or explain hiatal hernia in thin 28yr old female (never pregnant)? Is this common in young non obese women?
The definition started with Louis Israel Dublin, chief statistician of the Metropolitan life insurance company, in the early 1940s, as a BMI >25 (definitely >30) for people in their 20's based on retrospective observational life insurance data of the age at which people died later in life. This was subsequently adopted by the medical disease industry. However, BMI is ...Read more
I am obese and the condom broke on jan31st and was on my cycle jan 15th, so may have been ovulating. I took Plan B 11 hrs later. Possibly pregnant?
25 week pregnant, my initial weight was 63.5kg for 5.15 height.But now my weight has increased to 70.5kg. Is it obesity for my growth or nt.?
It's generally: A little more than would be desired, but you need to check with your doctor, as all cases are different and you need personal advise. ...Read more
I've stopped taking pills 5yrs ago to have another baby but I became obese and can't get pregnant?
See REI specialist: 5 years is too long trying, either for a 1st child or in your case one more. This is a good time to see a reproductive endocrinology and infertility specialist (rei) to find out why you're not pregnant. Ovulation issues like pcos can get worse if you gain weight but it could be unrelated - like an egg supply or a sperm issue. (answer continues as a comment, click on comment below to see). ...Read more
Yes: Severe morbid obesity is associated with serious maternal diseases and pregnancy complications that need the close follow up of a perinatologist. I would advise to check with your general obstetrician to see if your obesity is severe and/or if you have other comorbidities (other diseases) that justify that subspecialized care. ...Read more
See below: Gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, infection, thrombosis, obstructive sleep apnea, labor problems, increase risk of c section problems, pregnancy loss obesity increases risk of miscarriage and still birth.Please see your ob-gyn for help.These are just a few of the increase risk with obese patients.You doctor will help you..Blessings to you! ...Read more
Many.: Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia are much increased in the obese pregnant female. The hyperinsulinemia will usually cause and increased birth weight, and a debate is on about the long term impact of the child. An obese pregnant female should gain much less weight than her thinner counterpart. ...Read more
Depends: Keeping weight gain undercontrol in an obese woman is safe when done properly and in the long run makes the pregnancy much safer for her and the baby. Eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, lean protein, low fat, hearty, unprocessed carbohyrdrates, etc. Frankly you can do weight watchers while pregnant. It is a sound, sensible way of eating. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes : What kind of methods you need depends on your ovarian status. You need to try and loose weight not just for pregnancy but for over all health in general. The uterus can support a pregnancy at any age but eggs are limited in supply so you might need ivf. Go to a nearest ivf clinic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
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