Twelve of 24 overweight and obese women were advised by their health care providers to gain too much weight during pregnancy, based on guidelines for normal-weight patients rather than the appropriate ones for heavier women, a study revealed. Researchers also found only 10 women got advice about exercise during pregnancy. The findings appear in Women's Health Issues.
Experts see lapses in pregnancy weight advice among providers
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