MATERNAL & FETAL OUTCOMES IN PREGNANT MOTHER WITH BMI OVER 30

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Dr. Swapnita Hota
Dr. Sushreesmita Mohanty
Dr. Ipsita Mohanty
Dr. Rahul Das
Sumanyu Tripathy

Keywords

BMI, fetal, pregnant, maternal, women

Abstract

Pregnancy is a miraculous journey, filled with joy and anticipation. However, for women with a higher BMI (Body Mass Index), this life-changing experience can come with unique challenges. Navigating pregnancy with a higher BMI requires a comprehensive understanding of how maternal and fetal outcomes can be affected. From potential complications to tailored healthcare approaches, there is a wealth of information that needs to be explored to ensure a safe and healthy pregnancy. In this article, we will delve into the impact of a higher BMI on pregnancy, exploring the potential risks and discussing strategies to mitigate them. By shedding light on this important topic, we hope to empower women with a higher BMI to confidently navigate their pregnancy journey and make informed decisions that prioritize their well-being and the health of their baby

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