Extra pounds risky during and between pregnancies

04/21/2008 | Yahoo!

Women who gain too much weight during pregnancy are at higher risk for gestational diabetes and high blood pressure, labor complications and stillbirth. A recent study also shows a one- or two-point increase in BMI between pregnancies can mean an increased risk of gestational diabetes, high blood pressure and delivering a large baby.

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