2020
DOI: 10.1590/0102-311x00203619
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Ganho de peso gestacional e retenção de peso no pós-parto: dados da coorte de nascimentos de 2015, Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil

Abstract: O objetivo foi descrever a prevalência de ganho de peso gestacional e a retenção de peso após 3 e 12 meses do parto, e identificar possíveis desigualdades socioeconômicas no ganho de peso gestacional adequado. Realizou-se um estudo longitudinal com dados da coorte de nascimentos de Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil, 2015. O ganho de peso gestacional foi classificado segundo o Instituto de Medicina dos Estados Unidos. A retenção de peso aos 3 e 12 meses foi calculada considerando-se o peso da mãe em cada perío… Show more

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“…Data from this study demonstrate that postpartum women with more education (9-11 years and ≥12 years) were the ones with the highest chances of adequate weight gain. National and international studies show that women with little schooling are more likely to have insufficient weight gain when compared to those with more than 16 years of education [30,18,23,21,31]. Women with a higher educational level tend to have greater knowledge about healthy eating and the benefits of physical activity and, therefore, are more likely to have better lifestyle habits [32,33].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Data from this study demonstrate that postpartum women with more education (9-11 years and ≥12 years) were the ones with the highest chances of adequate weight gain. National and international studies show that women with little schooling are more likely to have insufficient weight gain when compared to those with more than 16 years of education [30,18,23,21,31]. Women with a higher educational level tend to have greater knowledge about healthy eating and the benefits of physical activity and, therefore, are more likely to have better lifestyle habits [32,33].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Furthermore, when it comes to assessing the influence of socioeconomic factors and gestational weight gain, there are still few studies published, as shown by a recent literature review [17]. In addition, most of these studies have methodological weaknesses (such as reduced sampling or are limited to users of specific health units) or do not assess Brazilian women data, which is reflected in the poor consistency of the literature regarding the relationship between gestational weight gain and potential socioeconomic inequalities in Brazil [17,18]. Finally, there is a gap in the literature on the influence of the living environment on gestational weight gain.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Entretanto, ainda não há consenso na literatura a respeito do IMC pré-gestacional ser preditor da RPPP (18) . Estudo realizado com mulheres afro--americanas não observou associação entre RPPP e IMC pré-gestacional (19) .…”
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“…2021 jan.-mar. ; 24(1): 61-75 : 1 -8 energético 27 . Portanto, o IMC pré-gestacional pode ser um fator de influência sobre a amamentação, já que a composição corporal da mãe pode interferir.…”
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