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Gestational Diabetes

Also called: Diabetes Of Pregnancy,

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this is very common with this kind of Diabetes.
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Hi, If you knew your had a UTI, then you should have gone a couple of days after you knew you had it, so yes go, ASAPGood Luck
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Diabetes is not contagious, therefore the fact of your husband having diabetes will have nothing to do with you having gestational diabetes.  If...
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Before eating, target blood sugars for gestational diabetes is below 105 for plasma and 95 for whole blood.  Two hours after eating, plasma...
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The simple answer is yes. The risk for type 2 diabetes is higher in women who have had gestational diabetes (diabetes of pregnancy). In general...
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Gestational diabetes is a high blood sugar level that starts or is first recognized during pregnancy. As pregnancy progresses, there is an increased...
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The oral glucose tolerance test is used to screen for gestational diabetes. Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes that can develop in some women...
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The test is generally given between the 24th and 28th week of pregnancy. If you have had gestational diabetes before, or if your health care provider...
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Gestational diabetes is diabetes that develops during pregnancy. If untreated, gestational diabetes can cause serious complications for your newborn...
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Gestational diabetes is the result of some changes that occur in all women during pregnancy. Increased levels of certain hormones (including cortisol...
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Gestational diabetes is the result of some hormonal changes that occur in all women during pregnancy. Increased levels of certain hormones made in...
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