gestational diabetes
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
  Pregnant should maintain their blood glugose level during pregnancy
Gestational diabetes usally occurs in pregnant women and is best recommended for all pregnant women to go for glugose test during the 25th week to the 28 week of pregnancy to know their blood glugose level. The increased of blood sugar levels are due to increased rate of complications in the baby.

The symptoms of gestational diabetes are usually mild and not life-threatening to the pregnant woman and will returns to normal after delivery. The symptoms most happen to pregnant women are increased in thirst and urination. Fatique and weight loss in spite of increased appetite or having more meals per days. Blurred vision, nausea and vomiting and also frequent infections including those of the bladder, vagina, and skin. So pregnant women should maintain their blood glugose level within normal limits during the duration of the pregnancy.

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