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Maternal obesity increases the risk of a number of pregnancy complications including preeclampsia gestational diabetes mellitus gdm and cesarean delivery table 1 1 excessive weight gain during pregnancy and postpartum retention of pregnancy weight gain are significant risk factors for later obesity in women 2 additionally maternal being obese during pregnancy can have a major impact on your health and your babys health find out about the possible complications recommendations for weight gain and what you can do to promote a healthy pregnancy obesity is defined as having an excessive amount of body fat a measurement based obesity is defined as having a bmi of 30 or greater within the general category of obesity there are three levels that reflect the increasing health risks that go along with increasing bmi lowest risk is a bmi of 30349 medium risk is a bmi of 350399maternal obesity in pregnancy gestational weight gain and risk of childhood asthma erick forno omar m young rajesh kumar hyagriv simhan juan c celedn maternal obesity in pregnancy gestational weight gain and risk of childhood asthma erick forno omar m young the prevalence of obesity is increasing at an alarming rate across all populations and age groups estimates suggest that 20 of women will be obese by 2025a sobering statistic particularly considering that obesity during pregnancy increases risk of adverse health outcomes to both mother and child

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