Weight-loss Surgery Linked To Risk Of Preemie Birth

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12 in the journal BMJ. Although the study found an association between garcinia cambogia reviews women having weight-loss surgery and higher risk of pregnancy with prematurity or lower birth weight, it did not establish a cause-and-effect relationship. The mechanism behind how [weight-loss] surgery influences fetal growth we dont yet know, but we do know that people who have bariatric surgery are at increased risk of micronutrient deficiencies, Dr. Olof Stephansson, an obstetrician and associate professor at the clinical epidemiology unit at Karolinska, said in an institute news release. The researchers noted that an increasing number of people are having weight-loss surgery and said that the pregnancies of women whove had the surgery should be considered at-risk and require particularly close attention.
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