Pre-pregnancy Everyone presenting to primary care with BMI >25 Adult Obesity pathway People presenting with subfertility and BMI > 29.9
Pregnancy-booking clinic Consents women Highlights relevant diet and exercise chapters in The Pregnancy Book Signposts Healthy Lifestyle in Pregnancy service and childrens centres All women at booking clinic
Pregnancy – 12 week scan All women to have an accurate BMI recorded at the 12 week scan BMI <30 Universal advice Signpost to website Give option for self referral to Healthy Lifestyle in Pregnancy Midwife to give Obesity in Pregnancy leaflet Follow up phone-call, text, internet as agreed in individual plan If not opted out contacted by specialist midwife with the Healthy Lifestyle in Pregnancy to receive individualised plan Behaviour change advice Healthy eating/exercise Information about services available Create personal goals and agree follow up plan Invitation to Obesity in Pregnancy Group If BMI >40 to be seen by specialist as part of the anaesthetic review clinic BMI >30
Post-natal Based on BMI recorded at the 12 week scan Midwife to review progress and give individualised information on: Exercise advice (RCOG guidelines) Behaviour change advice Healthy living pack/website access Breast feeding If BMI >35 options to include invitation to weight matters course Slimming world/weight watchers BMI >30BMI <30 Follow up at 3 and 6 months post-natal Universal advice Signpost to website
Summary Why healthy weight in pregnancy is important The situation nationally and in Cornwall Moving forward
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