Is Smoking Related with Diabetes?
Role of Dialysis in Diabetic Nephropathy
Risks of Stroke with Diabetes
Differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Lifstyle Modifications for Diabetics
How to Prevent Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Diet for Diabetics
Blood glucose monitoring
Long-Term Complications of Diabetes
Diabetes in pregnant women can happen because of two reasons. One can be that she had diabetes form before or that she develops the condition during the term of her pregnancy. Due to improper functioning of insulin, diabetic pregnant women can suffer from high blood pressure, premature delivery or abortion. Newly born baby of a diabetic mother has higher chances of developing the same in future (inheriting it from the mother). In case of diabetes before pregnancy, the foetus develops diabetic conditions in initial stages of organ formation along with some spinal or cardiac problems. The ailment passes on from one generation to another.
Gestational Diabetes occurs due to risk factors like obesity, family history which can not be modified.read more
If you are pregnant and infected with the TB virus, there is a chance that your baby will be born prematurely or will have a low birth weight.read more