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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

A Guide to Diabetes and Pregnancy

By Harry T. Bryant

Different types of diabetes can affect expectant mother in different ways. But before we take a look at the different types, it's worth pointing out at this stage that any women thinking of getting pregnant should have a check-up with their doctor first. This will make sure diabetes is detected and treated before conception, which will help to maximise the chances of both the mother and baby staying healthy throughout the pregnancy.

Because type 1 is caused when the body isn't producing any insulin, most cases are diagnosed and treated before the women gets pregnant. Type 1 diabetes can be treated before, during and after pregnancy by ensuring the body is getting the insulin it needs to stay healthy.

Type 2 is the most common form of diabetes. More common amongst certain demographics including women over 40, overweight and of black or Asian ethnicity, type 2 diabetes can also change in severity during pregnancy. Because of the body's growing demand for insulin in the body, the mother needs to have regular check-ups to ensure her and her baby's blood glucose levels are kept at a healthy rate, whether by adapting their diet or through insulin pills or injections.

Gestational diabetes is caused during pregnancy when the mother's body cannot keep up with the additional insulin demands of her and her baby. Gestational diabetes in expectant mothers can lead to a wide range of health risks if untreated or unmonitored, including a heightened chance of miscarriage and a stillbirth or the baby being born with birth defects. This form of diabetes disappears after pregnancy, but unfortunately mothers who get it are much more likely to suffer type 2 diabetes later on in life.

The ideal blood glucose level is 6.1%, so whether the woman has pre-existing or pregnancy-induced diabetes, as long as this level is kept, there is no reason why she and the baby cannot remain healthy.

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