gestasional-diabetes

How to Deal with Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is becoming more common, and even more of a problem. Gestational diabetes is a form of diabetes that affects pregnant women. It usually develops between week 24 and week 28 of the pregnancy, as the body does not produce enough insulin at this stage to deal with the increased levels of sugar in…

Treating Pregnancy Diabetes

Treating Pregnancy Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is a common occurrence amongst expecting mothers. To make matters worse, it is becoming more of a problem each day.    Many women are not even aware of the risk they face of developing diabetes during pregnancy.  While most women with gestational diabetes end up giving birth to healthy babies, there is still…

Gestational Diabetes and Its Side Effects

Gestational Diabetes and Its Side Effects

Gestational diabetes is a specific form of diabetes which can develop during pregnancy. It can cause the blood sugar levels to shoot up extremely high, which puts both the mother and the baby in danger. Whilst gestational diabetes usually clears up after the baby has been delivered, but it might cause some severe side effects…