Obesity in Gynaecology

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Abstract

Obesity is predicted to become the UK’s leading health problem and is more common in women, affecting 26.1% in the UK compared to 16.4% two decades ago (1). It is a risk factor for many gynaecological conditions such as menstrual disorders, PCOS, endometrial pathology, subfertility and pelvic floor dysfunction.

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