Diabetes and pregnancy ... 6

Diabetes and pregnancy ... 6

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Diabetes and Pregnancy ..6
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.

15.......How can my diabetes affect me during pregnancy?
Hormonal and other changes in your body during pregnancy affect your blood glucose levels, so you might need to change how you manage your diabetes. Even if you’ve had diabetes for years, you may need to change your meal plan, physical activity routine, and medicines. If you have been taking an oral diabetes medicine, you may need to switch to insulin. As you get closer to your due date, your management plan might change again.

16.......What health problems could I develop during pregnancy because of my diabetes?
Pregnancy can worsen certain long-term diabetes problems, such as eye problems and kidney disease, especially if your blood glucose levels are too high.
You also have a greater chance of developing preeclampsia, sometimes called toxemia, which is when you develop high blood pressure and too much protein in your urine during the second half of pregnancy. Preeclampsia can cause serious or life-threatening problems for you and your baby. The only cure for preeclampsia is to give birth. If you have preeclampsia and have reached 37 weeks of pregnancy, your doctor may want to deliver your baby early. Before 37 weeks, you and your doctor may consider other options to help your baby develop as much as possible before he or she is born.
preeclampsia, a more common related disorder, is characterized by a large rise in blood pressure and failing kidneys.
preeclampsia, or hypertension of pregnancy, can cause stroke, seizures, liver rupture, respiratory failure and maternal death.
It is very dangerous thing to both mother and unborn child. If baby is delivered before 37 weeks than all brain cells will not develop due to it the child may be mentally week/mentally retarded..There is a chance that his physical structure is also defective. In this case I found life threatening to both mother and child (If diabetes is not controlled)
I wish Every couple should enjoy with Healthy child. I advise every couple to control diabetes before you conceive.

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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