Maternal Lifestyle, Gestational Diabetes Mellitus and Pregnancy Outcomes: A Prospective Cohort Study in Vietnam
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A prospective cohort study was conducted in Vietnam to assess maternal lifestyle, gestational diabetes mellitus, and pregnancy outcomes. The study showed that the majority of pregnant women did not meet the recommendations for essential nutrients and physical activity during pregnancy. The prevalence of gestational diabetes was high and varied substantially according to diagnostic criteria. Caesarean section and macrosomia were the main adverse pregnancy outcomes that were more prevalent among women with gestational diabetes.
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