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    Default Overweight and pregnant.

    So anyone that l had a bmi over 35 did they say you'll be high risk?

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    Default Re: Overweight and pregnant.

    My BMI was 41. I was definitley classed high risk but had a wonderful delivery with no real complications.

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    Default Overweight and pregnant.

    Thanks to everyone replying. It has definitely settled my nerves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baby mad View Post
    LoveHeart did they say your labour would be high risk?
    Yes I was classified as "high risk". That just meant that in the public hospital I went to, I had to see a doctor (ob) for each appointment rather than a midwife. I had just as many appointments as everyone else. I had an extra scan or two at the end, just to make sure the baby wasnt huge, which he wasnt that big at 8lb 2oz.


 

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