Gestational Diabetes

Gestational Diabetes

Gestational Diabetes

 

 

What is Gestational Diabetes?

Gestational diabetes

Gestational diabetes is a condition in which high blood glucose levels develop during pregnancy. Gestational diabetes usually occurs in the middle of the fetus. That is, it develops between the 24th and 26th week of pregnancy.

Glucose becomes abnormal and intolerant due to hormonal changes during pregnancy. Diabetes during pregnancy causes various complications in the production of insulin. In this condition the mother and the baby also get complicated.

Pregnant women should be tested in the first month (same in the second and third months) to see gestational diabetes mellitus. Getting good treatment right from the first day of pregnancy is good for both mother and baby. If not well-treated during pregnancy, the baby may even get impaired. The disease is more frequent during pregnancy. Gestational diabetes usually does not occur after childbirth. Postpartum women and children are more likely to have type 2 diabetes.

 

The study found that 1 in 4 pregnant women in the United States was diagnosed with gestational diabetes.

 

Symptoms of gestational diabetes:

  1. The three main signs are –
  2. Polyurea (frequent urination)
  3. Poly dysplasia (frequent thirst)
  4. Poly Fagia (Increased Appetite)

 

Risk:

Risk of delivery:

  1. Infection
  2. Prolonged labor
  3. Cesarean
  4. Uterine atony
  5. Post-natal bleeding
  6. Poly hydramnios
  7. Pre-Eklamia
  8. Improve retinopathy

 

Fetal risk:
  1. Spontaneous abortion
  2. Death of selfishness
  3. Congenital defects
  4. Birth injury
  5. Shoulder dystocia

 

Newborn and Child Error:
  1. Hypo glycemia
  2. Respiratory distress

 

Medical:

  1. Healthy agreed foods
  2. Physical exertion
  3. Use of drugs or insulin
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Kazi Ashraf

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