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This article seems very interesting because of the doubts raised have fente very espeficifas doubt a growing problem and so little information in my opinion should be implemented methods with a wider control range and report on this problem each increasingly common in society can be avoided or prevention system exists to indicate that it is at a very high risk to do pregnancy checks . It is also known that while it is difficult for women to decide at what point they become pregnant risk factors are taken into account in the consultation the doctor to inform the time who attend annual checks women who are at capacity having children and which comply with more than three risk factors if they can make a change in any of them and improve their condition realizen to enter the gestational period and one of them is obesity.ikewise hope that studies like the one that appears to be more frequent to advance the therapeutic care and intervention with maternal to which the lack of information many symptoms are passed and are not well categorized the type of disease that presents and improve the quality of care as well as lower costs