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While experts still recommend that women trying to fall pregnant naturally or via fertility treatment should ideally be a healthy weight, any type of weight loss surgery to aid that process should be a last resort only, according to a new paper. This is because surgery could delay pregnancy by up to 18 months, due to the recovery time required, as well as lifestyle and diet changes post-surgery, which could mean a foetus might be at risk from nutritional deficiencies. In short, if a woman is having to severely restrict her food intake after having bariatric surgery (in order to keep the weight off) she may not be able to supply her baby with all the foods it needs to be healthy.

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Welcome to the new issue of Fertility Road, and one that brings to a close another year. We hope, for you, it has been a journey towards positives, an expansion of ideas and a gathering of reasons that will see you move forward with optimism. Perhaps the days, weeks and months that follow will see you fulfil your dreams; you might even be in the position to inspire and encourage others. Whatever the case and wherever you are along the road, we hope you have a fantastic final couple of months of the year, and a relaxing festive break.