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Gestational Diabetes
Gestational diabetes is a condition in which women who have not previously been diagnosed with diabetes develop high blood glucose levels during pregnancy. There are few symptoms and it is most commonly diagnosed during routine screening.Gestational diabetes occurs in 3% to 10% of pregnancies. No specific cause has been identified, but it is believed that the hormones produced during pregnancy increase a woman’s resistance to insulin, resulting in raised blood glucose levels.Women with gestational diabetes are at a higher risk of developing high blood pressure during pregnancy, of needing a Caesarean section, of developing Type 2 diabetes after pregnancy, and of having children who are prone to childhood obesity and to developing diabetes later in life.While treatment with medication or insulin may be required, the most important treatment is to modify diet and to increase levels of exercise.


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