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Women who have undergone bariatric surgery may be at higher risk of pregnancy complications

Women who have undergone weight-loss surgery appear to be at higher risk of developing complications during pregnancy, and their babies seem more likely to be born prematurely, small for gestational age, have congenital anomalies and be admitted to intensive care, according to the most comprehensive assessment of how bariatric surgery affects pregnancy outcomes, being presented at this year’s European Congress on Obesity in Glasgow, UK (28 April-1 May).

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