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Did you know 1 in 2 women are above a healthy weight range when trying for a baby and 1 in 7 couples have trouble falling pregnant?
PreBabe is a world-first clinical trial exploring how losing weight prior to pregnancy can improve the long-term health of mothers and babies.
Q1: What is the PreBabe study?
Q2: What will the study achieve?
Q3: Who is the study aimed at and where is the study located?
Q4: What is involved for those wanting to take part in the PreBabe study?
Q5: Which weight loss program will the women be on?
Did you know 1 in 2 women are above healthy weight when trying for a baby?
Q6: Why is overweight or obesity a problem in pregnancy and for the baby?
Q7: What is a randomised control trial?
Q8: Will my medical records be accessed and how is my privacy protected?
Q9: What are the risks and benefits of participating in the study?
Q10: Can I withdraw from the study at any time?
Disclaimer: Thank you for considering the PreBabe Study. Due to previous research the outcome for mothers and babies has never been better. Whilst this study is aiming to improve your health, participation does not guarantee weight loss and/or a pregnancy. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or your midwife or your Doctor.