Obesity and Maternal Fetal Medicine
Obesity contrarily influences the ability to get pregnant and keep up an early pregnancy. Corpulence enhances the likelihood of eccentric menstrual cycles and anovulation (not ovulating). Heftiness tends to make a sex hormone lopsidedness that isn't good for propagation. The success rate of reproductive medication is negatively affecting in overweight women. Huskiness has furthermore been perceived as a free risk factor for unsuccessful labour with the danger of unnatural birth cycle extending as the BMI increases.