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When you're underweight If you're underweight before pregnancy, it's essential to gain a reasonable amount of weight while you're pregnant.
Body weight Being underweight increases the chance of bone loss and fractures.
The type of pneumothorax caused by ruptured air blisters is most likely to occur in people between 20 and 40 years old, especially if the person is very tall and underweight.
Being underweight or being overweight has been linked with an increased risk of miscarriage.
Being underweight increases the risk of bone loss.
Risk factors for water breaking too early include: A history of preterm prelabor rupture of membranes in a prior pregnancy Inflammation of the fetal membranes (intra-amniotic infection) Vaginal bleeding during the second and third trimesters Smoking ...
In younger children, symptoms of depression may include sadness, irritability, clinginess, worry, aches and pains, refusing to go to school, or being underweight.
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