Early Pregnancy Growth Deviations and Childhood Obesity Risk Quiz

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Fetuses of women with obesity or diabetes often experience overgrowth, and a potential strategy to prevent this is by focusing on growth deviations ______ in pregnancy

ear

In fetuses of women with obesity, gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), or type 1 diabetes, there is a biphasic pattern of growth deviation, with growth ______ in early pregnancy and overgrowth in late pregnancy

reduction

The focus on growth in late pregnancy has overshadowed the potential contribution of growth deviations ______ in pregnancy to neonatal overgrowth

earlier

In pregnancies of women with obesity or diabetes, neonates are often overgrown. Thus, the pregnancy period in these women offers a window of opportunity to reduce childhood ______ by preventing neonatal overgrowth

obesity

A biphasic pattern in growth deviation, including growth reduction in early pregnancy followed by overgrowth in late pregnancy, was found in fetuses of women with obesity, gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), or type 1 diabetes compared with lean women and those with normal glucose tolerance. Fetuses of women with these conditions have reduced abdominal circumference (AC) and head circumference (HC) in ______.

early pregnancy

This narrative review focuses on six large-scale, longitudinal studies that included ∼14,400 pregnant women with at least three measurements of fetal growth. A biphasic pattern in growth deviation, including growth reduction in ______ pregnancy followed by overgrowth in late pregnancy, was found in fetuses of women with obesity, gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), or type 1 diabetes compared with lean women and those with normal glucose tolerance.

late

• One-to-one care focused on providing knowledge and skills when paired with group support and an individualized opioid tapering plan resulted in ______ of the intervention group discontinuing opioid use vs 7% in the usual care group.

29%

• 57% of participants in the intervention group and 27% in the usual care group reduced their daily MED by 50% or more from ______.

baseline

• After four months, the intervention group showed statistically significant improvements in mental health, pain self-efficacy, and ______ quality of life.

health-related

Quiz: Early Pregnancy Growth Deviations and Childhood Obesity Risk Test your knowledge on the potential growth deviations in early pregnancy and their impact on childhood obesity risk. Discover the importance of addressing neonatal overgrowth in women with obesity or diabetes for long-term health outcomes.

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