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Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is high blood sugar that develops during pregnancy and usually disappears after giving birth.

Gestational
Diabetes

GESTATIONAL DIABETES

arises in pregnant women who are usually in their second or third trimester. Their bodies cannot produce sufficient insulin to match the extra needs for the pregnancy.

HOW DOES IT AFFECTS THE BABY?

Children born to a mother with gestational diabetes often have high BMi and an increased risk of acquiring Type 2 diabetes in later life.

Stats & Facts

Gestational diabetes affects up to 5% of pregnant women.

Women with BMI > 30 have higher risk to develop gestational diabetes.

How to manage ?

  • Regularly checking blood glucose level
  • Exercise regularly and moderately
  • Avoid sugary food and drinks
  • Medication may be offered if blood glucose level too high

Conscious Mother, Healthy Pregnancy and Baby

Gestational diabetes is much more complex as two lives relate to it. Gestational diabetes is a condition which is created the first time from high blood sugar (glucose) during pregnancy. 4% of women face gestational diabetes. Generally they had no diabetes before pregnancy. But, it is created from their random eating plan and life styles after getting pregnant.

Gestational diabetes complications

Complications to baby

  • Hypoglycemia or hyperinsulinemia
  • Preterm and respiratory distress
  • Overweight baby
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Jaundice

Complications to mother

  • Future diabetes
  • Preeclampsia and eclampsi

Risk factors for gestational diabetes

  • Overweight
  • Ethnic groups
  • Urinating problem
  • Impaired glucose tolerance
  • Aged
  • Genetic
  • Amniotic fluid
  • Baby condition
  • Previous diabetes

Gestational diabetes treatment

  • Taking treatment during pregnancy
    • - Healthy eating plan
    • - Taking exercise during Pregnancy
    • - Checkup your blood sugar levels
    • - Monitoring fetal growth and well-being.
    • - Insulin is a good option
    • - Regular Medical Checkup
  • Taking treatment during labor and delivery
  • Treatment after delivery
  • Treatment after post-delivery

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