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Will I be able to carry my baby to term if I am diabetic?

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Women with mild diabetes or who are very well controlled often carry their baby to term without any problems. However, many health care providers prefer to plan for an early delivery of the babies of diabetic women, usually around 38 to 39 weeks.

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