Diabetes and pregnancy... 5

Diabetes and pregnancy... 5



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Diabetes and Pregnancy ..5
Posted in 2017

I heard about Diabetes in my childhood and everyone called it as Sugar disease.....I asked many doctors about it they said when sugar is in our blood it is called Diabetes. I have several doubts that how sugar is entered in our blood.
I have seen some defective children and inquired about their birth cause...Medical experts said when the couple is suffering from Diabetes the child may be defective. I researched on it and wish to share my knowledge with U so that you can take necessary steps to avoid defective births.

12........How is preexisting diabetes treated during my pregnancy?
Whether you are trying to conceive or already pregnant, treating diabetes during pregnancy is key to the health of both you and your baby.
When U have high Diabetes U should postpone your pregnancy till it come to safe zone. Than U should be careful everyday and take Healthy food which is giving you all most all nutrients sufficient to U and Ur unborn child. Avoid unhealthy food till u delivered. Because Ur and Ur unborn child's Health is important.


13........Pregnancy if You Have Diabetes
If you have diabetes and plan to have a baby, you should try to get your blood glucose levels close to your target range before you get pregnant.
Staying in your target range during pregnancy, which may be different than when you aren’t pregnant, is also important. High blood glucose, also called blood sugar, can harm your baby during the first weeks of pregnancy, even before you know you are pregnant. If you have diabetes and are already pregnant, see your doctor as soon as possible to make a plan to manage your diabetes. Working with your health care team and following your diabetes management plan can help you have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.


14........How can diabetes affect my baby?
A baby’s organs, such as the brain, heart, kidneys, and lungs, start forming during the first 8 weeks of pregnancy. High blood glucose levels can be harmful during this early stage and can increase the chance that your baby will have birth defects, such as heart defects or defects of the brain or spine.
High blood glucose levels during pregnancy can also increase the chance that your baby will be born too early, weigh too much, or have breathing problems or low blood glucose right after birth.
High blood glucose also can increase the chance that you will have a miscarriage or a stillborn baby.1 Stillborn means the baby dies in the womb during the second half of pregnancy.
So don't plan to conceive if you are suffering with diabetes...Control it and than plan for healthy child.
I told U many times that PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE....If you follow Healthy habits you are free from DIABETES
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