Protocols for High-Risk Pregnancies, 7th Edition: Protocol 21, Obesity

September 13, 2021

In this protocol, Ramsey reviews the health implications of obesity for mother and fetus. The incidence of obesity in the United States has increased dramatically. Of pregnant women in the country, more than half are overweight or obese and 8% or more are extremely obese. As the author notes, excessive gestational weight gain, particularly in women who are already overweight or obese, increases risk of maternal complications such as diabetes, hypertension, and operative deliveries and neonatal outcomes such as macrosomia and stillbirth.

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Sexual dysfunction associated with diabetes distress

September 09, 2021

A recent study focused on the prevalence of sexual dysfunction in both men and women with type 1 diabetes (T1D) or type 2 diabetes (T2D) and the associations between clinical and psychological variables.