Obese pregnant women have better outcomes with little weight gain

02/3/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

Obese women who gain a small amount of weight during pregnancy or actually lose pounds don't raise their risk of negative fetal outcomes, new research found. The two studies suggested obese women who restricted their weight gain actually had better outcomes than those who gained more than 15 pounds.

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