Gestational Diabetes

Last updated: 22 Nov 2021  |  2262 Views  | 

Gestational Diabetes

Gestational Diabetes


Diabetes is a condition in which blood sugar is higher than normal. Gestational diabetes is the first diagnosed diabetes in pregnancy and the disease disappears after delivery. Some people develop diabetes after giving birth. This gestational diabetes mellitus occurs in 1 in 20 pregnant women, affecting the unborn baby, such as being overweight (needing a caesarean section), birth problems such as stuck shoulders, breathing problems in the baby, low blood sugar. After giving birth, there is a risk of obesity or diabetes in the future. For women who develop diabetes during pregnancy, preeclampsia may occur.

cause
There were no obvious symptoms. Some pregnant women may experience extreme thirst, frequent urination, frequent hunger, and women who are at risk for gestational diabetes such as: A family history of diabetes and a history of giving birth to a very overweight child. or over 35 years old or a history of giving birth to a large child or the child has a disability or stillbirth

symptom
There were no definite symptoms. Some pregnant women may experience extreme thirst, frequent urination, frequent hunger, and women who are at risk for gestational diabetes such as: A family history of diabetes and a history of giving birth to a very overweight child. or over 35 years old or have a history of giving birth to a large child or the child has disabilities or stillbirth

diagnosis
Diagnosis is difficult to draw from the symptoms, so it is important to check your glucose levels during pregnancy, especially in high-risk women. If the blood sugar test result is high Your doctor will check your blood sugar more often while you're pregnant.

treatment
The goal of treatment is to maintain normal blood sugar levels, diet, and light exercise. Regularly check sugar including injecting insulin as prescribed by a doctor


Things to do
It's important to follow your doctor's advice about sugar testing because it's important after giving birth.
Insulin should be injected as directed by your doctor.
Avoid high sugar foods such as cakes, biscuits, sugary drinks.
Limit your intake of bread, pasta, rice, potatoes, or lots of fruit.
You should exercise regularly, such as walking, sticking to the candy. Eat immediately if you   feel dizzy, tired, faint, or have symptoms of gestational diabetes after giving birth.

don't do
Do not eat high-fat foods such as butter, cream, animal fat, burgers, sausages.
Do not eat fried or fried food, switch to boiled and steamed food.
Do not eat if you feel hungry, do not exercise too tired. Stop immediately if you're tired or you're going to faint.

 

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