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Very Obese Women Face High-Risk Pregnancies

Women who are extremely obese early in pregnancy face higher rates of complications that put them and their babies at risk, according to a large study. Morbidly obese women had increased risks of several complications during pregnancy and delivery, and, compared with normal-weight women, their babies were two to three times more likely to be stillborn or to die soon after birth. Past studies have also found that obesity during pregnancy can cause many complications such as: Increased...

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