Gestational Diabetes

Diabetes is first discovered in women who are pregnant and is known as gestational diabetes (gestation). Gestational diabetes alters how your cells utilise sugar, just as other types of diabetes (glucose). High blood sugar levels brought on by gestational diabetes may have negative effects on the health of both you and your unborn child. There is some positive news despite the fact that any pregnancy problem is alarming. Eat well-balanced meals, exercise, and, if required, take medication to manage gestational diabetes during pregnancy. You and your baby can stay healthy and avoid a challenging delivery by managing your blood sugar. 

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