Hyperfertility, obesity and stillbirth: New considerations for clinical practice

Louis G Keith, Tawanda Ngorima, Olha M Tsar

Abstract


This research focuses on two well known phenomenon that regularly confront obstetricians on a worldwide basis. The first is hyperfertility, whose effects are well known within and outside the obstetrics community. The second is obesity, a problem of growing importance throughout the developed and developing world. Each is discussed in view of recently published evidence. In this work, we show how these two concepts interlock and how they represent a substantial clinical challenge to all physicians providing care to reproductive aged women.

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Journal of Experimental & Clinical Assisted Reproduction (JECAR)

Published by The Sims Institute Press Ltd Dublin, Los Angeles & New York 2008-2014