Study examines the effects of weight loss surgery between pregnancies

Study examines the effects of weight loss surgery between pregnancies

During 2002–2014, there was a 13-fold increase in weight loss surgeries among women aged 15–44 years in New South Wales, Australia, and undergoing such surgery between a first and second pregnancy was associated with lower risks of hypertension, preterm birth, and other outcomes in the second pregnancy.

Source: Medical Xpress

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