Gestational diabetes

Gestational diabetes is a other half in which your blood sugar levels become high throughout pregnancy. It affects pregnant women who haven’t ever been identifying with diabetes. There are two classes of gestational diabetes. Women with class A1 can run it through diet and exercise. Those who have class A2 need to take insulin or other cure. Gestational diabetes goes away following you give birth. But it can affect the baby’s health, and it is risk of acquiring type 2 diabetes later in life.


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