Pregnant mothers with diabetes are at high risks to get a normal delivery and often their new borns are prone to contract several other diseases. Let us see what the physicians has to tell about it. Full article »
A triangular link is established among diabetes, less income and depression. Each simultaneously affecting a pregnant woman. It is observed and hence proved from research work that low-income diabetic would-be-mothers have increased probability of both perinatal and postpartum depression.
It’s Quite true, children born to mothers diagnosed with diabetes during pregnancy have high risks of language delay. Although there are many factors that contribute to poor development of vocabulary and grammar skills, this reason happens to be the most important driving force.
Hyperglycemia and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes (HAPO) findings provide breakthrough in gestational diabetes
Results of the Hyperglycemia and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes(HAPO) on gestational diabetes were published in the The New England Journal of Medicine. It was an important milestone for all those involved in treating women with gestational diabetes.
According to a study in Australia, rate of gestational diabetes (GD) for women aged between 15-49 climbed more than 20 per cent between 2000-01 and 2005-06.The first national snapshot on the condition was released by the Australian Institute on Health and Welfare today.
Pregnancy outcomes can be related to blood sugar levels, even when mother’s sugar levels are not high enough to be called as diabetes, shows a recent study done by Dr. Metzger. This study report is been published in The New England Journal of Medicine.
Now there is a good news for women’s who are pregnant or are thinking of getting pregnant as Dr Dr. Sujeet Jha, a Consultant Endocrinologist of Max Group of Hospitals, India in his exclusive session has given us some important dietry advice which will help us to avoid Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM).
In the biggest study of its kind, the researchers from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have found the link between diabetes and the child birth defects. The study concluded that diabetic mother runs the risks of delivering a defective child by three or four times. The birth defects can be anything like heart defects, missing kidneys and spine deformities.
A new study done by researcher Denice Feig, MD, of the University of Toronto and his colleagues, reveals that women’s who have no previous history of diabetes, and develops gestational diabetes during pregnancy have more chance of developing type 2 diabetes after pregnancy.