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The increasing rate of maternal obesity provides a major challenge to obstetric practice maternal obesity can result in negative outcomes for both women and fetuses the maternal risks during pregnancy include gestational diabetes and preeclampsia the fetus is at risk for stillbirth and congenital start by considering these general guidelines for pregnancy weight gain and obesity single pregnancy if youre obese and carrying one baby the recommended weight gain is 11 to 20 pounds about 5 to 9 kilogramsbeing overweight is defined as having a body mass index bmi of 25299 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 3034 the majority of studies identified were of quantitative methodology and from the usa the united arab emirates and scandinavia only three studies from the uk were identified sebire et al 2001 x sebire et al 2001 sebire nj jolly m harris jp et al maternal obesity and pregnancy outcome a study of 287213 pregnancies in londonbackground and objective environmental or lifestyle exposures in utero may influence the development of childhood asthma in this meta analysis we aimed to assess whether maternal obesity in pregnancy mop or increased maternal gestational weight gain gwg increased the risk of asthma in offspring methods we included all observational studies published until october 2013 in pubmed

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