Gestational Diabetes

During gestation, about 4% of women develop a diabetes-like condition which affects how body cells react to glucose. It is primarily due to hormonal secretion and fat deposition during pregnancy which develops insulin resistance. In most of the cases, blood sugar level returns to normal after pregnancy but there is a risk for type 2 diabetes.

  • Prognosis of Gestational Diabetes
  • Risk Factors for Gestational Diabetes and Hypertension
  • Monitoring Fetal Growth and Well-being
  • Difficulties during Delivery due to Gestational Diabetes
  • Treatment of Gestational Diabetes

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