Latest Diabetes mellitus and pregnancy Stories
Pregnant women who have a larger waistline and higher triglyceride levels may be at risk for gestational diabetes, according to a new study.
A large waistline and high triglyceride levels in pregnant women could be an early screening tool for gestational diabetes.
A new study suggests that pregnant women with a history of pregnancy-related diabetes have a good chance of developing the condition again.
There is an increased risk of recurring gestational diabetes in pregnant women who developed gestational diabetes during their first and second pregnancies.
PASADENA, Calif., July 12 /PRNewswire/ -- There is an increased risk of recurring gestational diabetes in pregnant women who developed gestational diabetes during their first and second pregnancies, according to a Kaiser Permanente study appearing online in The American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Two to three times more pregnant women may soon be diagnosed and treated for gestational diabetes, based on new measurements for determining risky blood sugar levels for the mother and her unborn baby.
Women who gain excessive weight during pregnancy, especially in the first trimester, may increase their risk of developing diabetes later in their pregnancy.
OAKLAND, Calif., Feb.
Treating even the mildest forms of gestational diabetes among pregnant women can reduce the risk of complications during pregnancy.
Mild glucose intolerance in pregnancy may be an early identifier of women who are at increased risk of heart disease in the future, according to a new Canadian study.
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