Maternal Obesity

The prevalence of obesity is expanding at a disturbing rate, overall populaces and age gatherings. Appraisals recommend that 20% of ladies will be fat by 2025—a calming measurement, especially thinking about that heftiness amid pregnancy builds the danger of unfavorable wellbeing results to both mother and child. In addition, obesity during pregnancy builds the danger of deep-rooted medical issues in kids, including corpulence, type 2 diabetes, and coronary illness. This Series in The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology inspects the growing burden of maternal obesity worldwide in terms of its impact on clinical administration and intergenerational wellbeing, and features the requirement for attention on the pre-pregnancy period, alongside an entire of-society mediation approach, to turn around the cycle of sick wellbeing spread by maternal stoutness.

  • Parental obesity
  • Paediatric obesity
  • Thromboembolism
  • Postpartum hemorrhage
  • Increased risk of stillbirth
  • Gestational diabetes (GD)
  • Increased risk of maternal mortality

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