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How can I avoid gestational diabetes during my pregnancy?

A pregnant woman develops gestational diabetes when her body becomes more resistant to insulin and doesn’t generate the proper amount of insulin to regulate...

How will I know that I have gestational diabetes during my pregnancy?

Gestational diabetes affects only pregnant women and occurs in women who have never had diabetes before. It generally disappears after the baby is born....

Who is at the risk of developing gestational diabetes?

Gestational diabetes develops during pregnancy and usually disappears after giving birth. Any women can develop gestational diabetes but you are at risk if: Your...

What should I eat if I have gestational diabetes?

Between intense aversions and weird food cravings, following a healthy diet plan during pregnancy can be challenging—especially if you have gestational diabetes. If you are diagnosed with...

Can Vitamin D deficiency increase risk of diabetes?

Human body needs to maintain adequate levels of Vitamin D for the prevention and alleviation of chronic diseases. People having Vitamin D deficiency are...
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