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Saturday, January 28, 2012

Gestational Diabetes Symptoms-Diabetic Coma

By Philip Cross

When gestational diabetes signs and symptoms are ignored it might lead to a diabetic coma, a life-threatening diabetes complication which causes the mother to be unconscious either as a result of a precariously high blood sugar or a dangerously low blood sugar.
Many expecting mothers out there make the mistake of overlooking certain changes during pregnancy which is very risky as some of these changes could be a sign of diabetes; and if not taken care of could lead to diabetic coma. If you are getting pregnant for the first time make sure you report all changes to your doctor and follow his recommendations strictly to avoid running the risk of a diabetic coma. There are so many causes of diabetic coma; here are few of them,

Prolong Low Blood Sugar Level: having a low blood sugar level is very dangerous, even doctors advises pregnant women to eat snacks at night before going to bed, because blood sugar levels tend to be at its lowest at night. Do not accommodate low blood sugar levels for too long as it will ultimately lead to a coma. By now you should know that the brain needs glucose to function, in most cases, a low blood sugar can cause you to pass out. Low blood sugar otherwise known as hypoglycemia could be caused by too little food, excessive insulin, vigorous exercise and drinking too much alcohol.

Diabetic Ketoacidosis: This is very common in people who have type 1 diabetes. As a result of poor production of insulin the bloodstream is flooded with sugar leaving the body cells energy starved. When this happens the body breaks down stored fats and in the process forms toxic acids known as ketones. If left untreated, diabetic ketoacidosis can lead to a diabetic coma.

Prolong High Blood sugar: also known as hyperglycemia is a high blood sugar level, sometimes caused by excess intake of carbohydrate or production of hormones by the placenta which obstructs the production of insulin. If hyperglycemia is accommodated for too long with no form of effective treatment, it will lead to diabetic coma.

Diabetic hyperosmolar syndrome: A diabetic hyperosmolar syndrome happens when your blood sugar level tops 600 milligrams per deciliter. When this happens, the blood sugar gets high making the blood syrupy and thick. A filtering process that draws tremendous amounts of fluid from your body is triggered when excess sugar passes from your blood to your urine. If left untreated it can cause a life-threatening dehydration and coma.
Every pregnant women with gestational diabetes should take note of all the above to prevent simple gestational diabetes symptoms from resulting in diabetes complications like diabetic coma. If you are unsure about any symptom or what to do then go straight to a doctor.

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