2022
DOI: 10.36129/jog.2021.08
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Abstract: Nutrition and lifestyle during pregnancy and preconceptional period represent a major public health challenge, influencing the development of the embryo, fetus, and placenta, with considerable potential to influence not only maternal health but also that of future generations. However, the risk of inadequate maternal nutrition is high both in underdeveloped and in industrialized countries, where inflammation due to maternal obesity, stress and pollution seems to play a major role in mediating maternal, perinat… Show more

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“…Placental oxidative stress is also associated with damage to the syncytiotrophoblast seen in cases of miscarriages [18,19]. However, risk factors of placental disorders such as previous cesarean section, assisted reproductive technology, elderly, smoking, and history of previous placental problems, seriously impact on maternal and fetal outcomes [20][21][22].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Placental oxidative stress is also associated with damage to the syncytiotrophoblast seen in cases of miscarriages [18,19]. However, risk factors of placental disorders such as previous cesarean section, assisted reproductive technology, elderly, smoking, and history of previous placental problems, seriously impact on maternal and fetal outcomes [20][21][22].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Their experience can lead the way to updated and more precise advice. Instructions concerning exercise in pregnancy are often unclear, and a high percentage of pregnant women do not exercise or follow the guidelines for physical exercise [6] and may be more motivated to make diet or lifestyle changes [7]. This behaviour can increase the risk of potentially serious situations, including excessive weight gain, gestational diabetes mellitus and other diseases related to pregnancy [6] as well as excessive weight of the infant at birth, etc.…”
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confidence: 99%