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Diabetes During Pregnancy: What is Gestational Diabetes?
Gestational Diabetes is a temporary type of diabetes and is most common health problem for women.
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Gestational Diabetes - Overview
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What do I need to know about gestational diabetes?
All pregnant women should be screened for gestational diabetes around 28 weeks gestation. And it's important to test for this because if a woman has gestational diabetes or if she had previously diagnosed type 1 or type 2 diabetes, if uncontrolled, it can cause complications like preeclampsia, blood sugar problems for the baby after delivery, stillbirth, and an abnormally large baby, which has complications associated with that too. 5% to 18% of women develop gestational diabetes, and it all goes back to insulin resistance. Insulin is the key that unlocks your body's cells so that sugar can go inside and make the cells work. And your body naturally becomes a little more insulin-resistant during pregnancy so that there's enough sugar circulating in your blood so the baby gets what it needs. Normally, mothers can compensate for this by producing more insulin, but mothers who have gestational diabetes aren't able to make more insulin, and so blood sugar levels rise. So testing, like I said, for this is done are 28 weeks, and what will happen is the doctor will have you drink a very sugary drink. It contains 50 grams of glucose. And then they'll test your blood sugar an hour later and see how your body responded. If you get a value of 130 to 140, then you may have gestational diabetes, and the doctor will want to do a follow-up test. If the value you get on your first test is 200 or higher, then you just have gestational diabetes, but they may still want to do follow-up testing. And in both cases, it's doing a 3 hour glucose tolerance test. This is done when you're fasting, and then you drink double the amount of sugar. It's a 100 gram glucose sugar drink. And then they test your blood sugar every hour for 3 hours and see what it is. And then, based on those values, they determine if you truly have gestational diabetes or not. If the diagnosis is made, then there's a couple of different ways to manage it. And it's super important to keep your blood sugars under control so that you don't have the complications I discussed before. The management plan is going to be dependent on how severe your case is. And for a lot of women, it just involves some diet changes and exercise. For other women, it involves taking oral medication. And for about 15% of women with gestational diabetes, it has to be controlled with insulin. And you may start out just needing to make a few diet changes, and then as the pregnancy progresses, so do your body's needs, and so do your baby's needs, and so that may change the plan as well. So you could start out being diet-controlled, and then you may end up with oral medication or with insulin. So this speaks of the importance of consistent monitoring. A diabetic educator will meet with you and talk to you about your treatment plan and also tell you how often you should be monitoring your blood sugars. They'll take a peek at your values each week and, based on that, determine if additional changes in your treatment plan are necessary. If you have more questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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GESTATIONAL DIABETES | What I Ate in a Day + Glucose Checks
Hi everyone! So this video shows you what I ate in a day and how it affected my blood sugars. I also talk about some of the affects of gestational diabetes on mother and child. I believe this not only applies to mothers with gestational diabetes but those suffering from Type 2 Diabetes in general. I hope you all enjoy! MAKEUP I'M WEARING TODAY: FACE: Shiseido Ibuki moisturizer http://www.sephora.com/ibuki-refining-moisturizer-P381197?skuId=1553346&icid2=products%20grid:p381197 Makeup Forever Ultra HD foundation stick 123=Y365 http://www.sephora.com/ultra-hd-invisible-cover-stick-foundation-P398775?skuId=1713213&icid2=products%20grid%3Ap398775 Maybelline Fit Me Concealer 25 medium http://www.ulta.com/fit-me-concealer?productId=xlsImpprod2980149 NYX HD Finishing Powder banana (to set under eyes) http://www.ulta.com/hd-finishing-powder?productId=xlsImpprod12011173 Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer medium/deep http://www.sephora.com/chocolate-soleil-medium-deep-matte-bronzer-P229406?skuId=1511823&icid2=products%20grid%3Ap229406 Becca Pressed Highlighter champagne pop http://www.sephora.com/shimmering-skin-perfector-pressed-P381176?skuId=1721240&icid2=products%20grid:p381176 MAC Mineralize Blush http://www.maccosmetics.com/esearch?form_id=perlgem_search_form&search=warm+soul EYES: Anastasia Modern Renaissance http://www.sephora.com/modern-renaissance-eye-shadow-palette-P409118?skuId=1820406&icid2=products%20grid:p409118 - transition : Burnt Orange - crease: Red Ochre - deepen outer V : Antique Bronze - lid : Primavera, Vermeer - bottom lash line (smoke) : Golden Ochre - bottom lash line (tight, outer corner) : Antique Bronze - inner corner highlight : Becca champagne pop http://www.sephora.com/shimmering-skin-perfector-pressed-P381176?skuId=1721240&icid2=products%20grid:p381176 MAC blacktrack fluidline http://www.maccosmetics.com/product/13838/898/products/makeup/eyes/liner/pro-longwear-fluidline#/shade/Blacktrack Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara http://www.sephora.com/better-than-sex-mascara-P381000?skuId=1533439&icid2=products%20grid:p381000 Cover Girl Clump Crusher water resistant black (bottom lashes) http://www.ulta.com/clump-crusher-waterproof-mascara?productId=xlsImpprod4930109&sku=2253933&_requestid=20337485 BROWS: Anastasia Tinted Brow Gel brunette http://www.sephora.com/tinted-brow-gel-P187202?keyword=ANASTASIA%20BEVERLY%20HILLS%20Tinted%20Brow%20Gel&skuId=829721&_requestid=476001 Anastasia Brow Wiz chocolate http://www.sephora.com/brow-wiz-P202633?keyword=brow%20wiz&skuId=1621937&_requestid=476407 LIPS: (Before Lunch) Jeffree Star Cosmetics celebrity skin https://jeffreestarcosmetics.com/collections/velour-liquid-lipstick/products/celebrity-skin (Before dinner) MAC naturally transformed http://www.maccosmetics.com/product/13854/310/products/makeup/lips/lipstick/lipstick#/shade/Naturally_Transformed Have you seen my previous videos : 3rd Trimester Update : https://youtu.be/LV_ajQxsW6U Med School | Depression : https://youtu.be/SLFinmoPcuo WHAT IS RESIDENCY MATCH : https://youtu.be/Q3ynTDLCQjQ HOW I CHOSE A RESIDENCY (AOA Match) : https://youtu.be/YEDTm0hkAds On Call Cardiology Rotation : https://youtu.be/a4ek9PGrTDo Pregnant in Med School | Q&A : https://youtu.be/lB1uaV0XYv4 This channel actually started as a medical school blog in order for 5 medical students to keep in touch during clinical rotations third and fourth year. Along with my youtube videos, my friends still post regularly - they give great advice and vivid personal experiences. I think you all would really enjoy it. https://ellensburgdiningclub.wordpres... Lets keep in touch Instagram @ms_jennale Snapchat ms_jennale
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What I ate | Gestational Diabetes | 30 Weeks Pregnant | Glucose Checks | Vegetarian
A day of what I ate on Easter Sunday (no chocolate bunnies) with Gestational Diabetes while trying to keep my glucose levels under control at 30 weeks pregnant. This is based on my drs protocol. Everyone will be different but here are some tips and tricks I've learned so far. Also, it is very similar to what they recommend for the pregnancy diet for everyone. Fasting Blood Sugar: 92 Breakfast: 1/2 Protein bagel with cream cheese, cucumbers, tomatoes, coffee with half and half Breakfast Blood Sugar: 138 Snack 1: XS apple with peanut butter Lunch: Salad with oil & vinegar, quinoa with spinach and parmesan Lunch Blood Sugar: 136 Snack 2: Trader Joes (Damn you) free sample of chocolate chip cookie with ice cream Dinner: Quinoa Cowboy burger on slim bun with cheese, asparagus Dinner Blood Sugar: 129 Snack 3: multigrain waffle, cottage cheese, raspberries Thanks for watching and I'm not a doctor or nutritionist so be sure to consult with your doctors! About Me My name is Laura Laws and I started this channel because I wanted to get the word out about the ERA test (I thought it would be weird to put it on my Real estate channel). The ERA test is a biopsy they do in the IVF process to see when you are receptive to implantation. It is new and I wouldn’t be pregnant without it! My husband Phil and I live in the suburbs of Philadelphia. We have 3 ragdoll cats and we are due June 10, 2018 with our first baby girl! I have shared my 2 rounds of IVF as well as weekly pregnancy updates & other baby related videos. I am a real estate agent and you can check out that channel if you’d like to see more info on real estate, smart home technology and other random stuff here: https://www.youtube.com/user/KansasCityKitties
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What is Gestational Diabetes?
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What Is Gestational Diabetes
What is Gestational Diabetes Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy and is diagnosed when blood glucose levels are raised above the normal ranges for pregnancy. High blood glucose levels are associated with an increased risk of complications during pregnancy and birth, as well as a risk to both you and your child for developing type 2 diabetes in the future. Having a good understanding of gestational diabetes can help you to manage blood glucose levels on a day-to-day basis in order to reduce these risks. This section will cover: - what is gestational diabetes, - how our body usually digests food and manages the amount of glucose in our blood, - how gestational diabetes results in high blood glucose levels, - screening for gestational diabetes, - risk factors for developing gestational diabetes, - risks to you and your baby associated with gestational diabetes. To start the program, click here http://www.onlinelearning.diabetessa.com.au/gestational-diabetes/what-is-gestational-diabetes/ The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) is an initiative of the Australian Government administered by Diabetes Australia. Copyright © 2016 Diabetes SA
Dealing With Gestational Diabetes | 26-29 Week Pregnancy Vlog
At 28 weeks pregnant I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. It was a shock, and hasn't been easy dealing with it. But, I'm trying to make the most of the diagnosis, stick to my diabetes diet plan and hope the rest of my pregnancy passes quickly. It will all be worth it in the end! And again, as I mention in the video, I am not a dietitian or any sort of medical professional. In this video I merely talk about my experience thus far with gestational diabetes. Please speak with your doctor or dietitian on following the right gestational diabetes plan for you! Lipstick I'm wearing is Urban Decay Vice Lipstick in 1993 http://bit.ly/2mqkUvY #diabetes #gestationaldiabetes #pregnancy #pregnancyvlog #thirdtrimester #glucosetolerancetest #glucose #highriskpregnancy My Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/lindseyzal My blog: http://www.theaccidentalwallflower.com My Etsy shop (cross stitch patterns): http://www.etsy.com/shop/popgoestheneedle BUSINESS INQUIRIES: Please email me at lindseytaw@gmail.com EQUIPMENT: Canon T6s: http://amzn.to/1jjDcJk Diva Ring Super Nova Ring Light http://amzn.to/20Ne9hE -------------------------------- About Me: Hi, I'm Lindsey! I'm a Chicago area mom who kind of gave up on my appearance after giving birth in 2011. Not that appearance is everything, but makeup is something I used to really enjoy. Starting in 2015 I decided to make more time for my self and made it a goal to wear makeup more often. I want to try new products, learn new techniques and just have fun with makeup again. To keep my self accountable, I started my YT channel back up with focus on beauty videos- like hauls, reviews and challenges. So far it's been a lot of fun, and has helped me stick to my goal. I hope you'll subscribe to see what I have in store next! -------------------------------- Check out Ipsy! A $10 a month beauty subscription service. Get 5 new products and cute makeup bag every month! http://bit.ly/1B11Whs Sign up with Hautelook to get great deals on makeup, clothes, accessories and more! http://bit.ly/1FpD1zu Join Swagbucks, get paid to shop! (Better than eBates, in my opinion! More ways to earn $$$ for gift cards): hhttp://bit.ly/1APWKgf Some affiliate links may be included.
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GESTATIONAL DIABETES GLUCOSE TEST! I'm sorry if this was a lot of us in the car but the errands we had to run yesterday weren't really the ones we could vlog! I really try not to do that as much as possible, but sometimes it happens! But I'm so glad that our appointment went well, and if we don't get a call from my doctor today or Monday then we'll be all clear on Gestational Diabetes! I'm finally catching up on everything since the vacation so I'll be getting back to comments and messages! And our vacation pictures are up on our Facebook page so go check those out! The link is below! We love you all! See you tomorrow! Much Love, The Allens **P.O Box** P.O Box 1047, Belgrade, MT 59714 **Facebook Page** https://www.facebook.com/AllenFamilyVlogs/ **Instagram** https://www.instagram.com/mrscrystalallen/ **Crystal's Channel** https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrfFVum8TobgW6_sBmP3TfA **Name Reveal** https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8Y1ILJH8Lg **Gender Reveal** https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBUh34y55zU **Live Pregnancy Test Results!** https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3nPgIV-tIM **Our Infertility Journey** https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUGvpKUP8D8yLrTfK9PfrcA For serious inquiries e-mail mrscrystalallen@gmail.com Music from bensound.com Music from YouTube audio library.
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Pre-Gestational Diabetes - CRASH! Medical Review Series
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Diabetes in pregnancy | Reproductive system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy
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Why Do I Need To Be Induced With Gestational Diabetes?
Get our diabetes management guide here https://goo.gl/5t35JW According to Sam McCulloch in his article on Belly Belly dot come, gestational diabetes (GD) was once a relatively rare condition, occurring in about 4% of pregnancies. In recent years, the rate of women developing GD has doubled, and experts believe the incidence of the disease will keep increasing. Most women with GD are told by their care providers they will need to be induced before their due date, destroying their hopes for a natural and intervention free birth. Having GD can have a big impact on mothers’ and babies’ health during pregnancy, but does it really need to change how we give birth? First let’s answer the question, “What Is Gestational Diabetes?” Gestational diabetes is a condition that only occurs during pregnancy. Certain pregnancy hormones interfere with your body’s ability to use insulin. Insulin converts blood sugar into usable energy, and if this doesn’t happen, blood sugar levels rise. Insulin resistance can cause high blood glucose levels and can eventually lead to gestational diabetes. Some women will have symptoms of GD, while others will have none. Many women can manage the condition without treatment other than dietary and exercise changes. Around 20% of women will need insulin injections. So for many women, well managed diabetes means they can still have healthy babies and normal births. GD and Induction Of Labor. Many health care providers routinely recommend that women with gestational diabetes be induced around 38-39 weeks. The most common reasons given for induction at this gestation are to prevent stillbirth, and to prevent babies growing too large for vaginal birth. However, the evidence related to induction for women with GD comes from the review of one trial, which looked at 200 women who had either GD, Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. The World Health Organization states this evidence for induction before 41 weeks’ gestation is weak, and induction before 41 weeks should not be suggested if gestational diabetes is the only medical issue. The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) guidelines for gestational diabetes also do not recommend induction of labor before 39 weeks for women with well controlled GD. The evidence for induction of labor is neither strong, nor clear. A recent review looking at the evidence supporting indications for induction concluded there wasn’t strong enough evidence for induction of women with gestational diabetes. Why Be Induced? There are several reasons why care providers will recommend induction for women with GD. What is important to remember is that many of these complications are more relevant to those women whose condition is not well managed. Large Baby A large baby (macrosomia) is considered to be a problem if you have gestational diabetes. The extra sugar in your bloodstream crosses the placenta and triggers your baby to make more insulin. This can cause your baby to store more fat and tissue and be larger than average (over 9lb). It’s not possible to diagnose macrosmia before birth. Doing ultrasounds in the third trimester allows care providers to make an educated guess, but the estimated weight prediction can vary from the actual birth weight by up to 15%. In the US 10.4% of babies weigh more than 8 lb at birth. If you have GD, there is a 13.7% chance of having a baby over 9 lb, so the risk of having a large baby is increased, but not by a great deal. Keeping your GD well managed can reduce that risk of a large baby by up to 50%. If care providers believe a baby is already large for gestational dates, they might suggest early induction to avoid a c-section later. This is due to a fear of shoulder dystocia, which is when the baby becomes stuck in the pelvic outlet because his shoulders are too wide to pass through. Most care providers consider this a medical emergency, needing interventions — such as episiotomy, forceps or vacuum delivery, or emergency c-section. Even though shoulder dystocia can be prevented and managed by a care provider, it sometimes results in a nerve injury called brachial plexus injury. This injury can also occur in babies who don’t have shoulder dystocia, and even after elective c-section. Death from lack of oxygen due to shoulder dystocia is possible but it’s extremely rare. Stillbirth The risk of stillbirth is higher for women with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes and this is often used as an indication for induction for women who have gestational diabetes. High blood sugar can cause blood vessel damage to the placenta, which means poor oxygen and nutrient supply to the baby. This can lead to health complications for the baby, or to stillbirth or death. However, these complications rarely occur in pregnancies where gestational diabetes has been diagnosed and is well managed...
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How to treat gestational diabetes? - Dr. Vijayalakshmi
The first step in the treatment of gestational diabetes is to modify your diet and lifestyle changes. When I say diet changes, it means reduce your carbohydrate intake because gestational diabetes is a condition where the blood sugar levels are high. We would like to keep it in the normal range where it is below 140 mg/dl even after two hours of diet. So by way of diet change, you have to minimize your intake of carbohydrates and at the same time, maintain a balanced nutrition for the growing fetus. So instead of cutting down on carbohydrates totally, I would advice you to take small, frequent meals or you can distribute the meal intake. In between three meals, you can take some fruits and still maintain the blood sugar in the same level.. nnBest advice will be to take more of proteins and vegetables and fruits. To minimize sugars, sweets, candies and pastries. Do not skip meals and go on diet during pregnancy.. nnA little bit of exercise and an active life is mandatory. If there is a contraindication to exercise, maybe you should go for some medication from your doctor. Exercise will be moderate walking for at least half an hour everyday in the morning or evening. Not too brisk walking or not stressful working at office.. nnYou may require frequent visits to the hospital as the doctor would like to monitor your blood sugar. Ideal would be to monitor your blood sugar at home. If you ever feel its more than 140 or 160, then visit the hospital. Maybe ultrasonography every month specially in the second trimester to make sure the baby is doing well. Other tests like NSTs, blood sugar and blood and urine tests will also be checked during your visit. If there are still complications, the doctor would like to put you on medication. With good diet and exercise, oral medication is sufficient. Insulin shots will be given otherwise. If things are not settling down, hospitalization is advised. Pre term delivery might happen if there are more complications..
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How I Manage My Gestational Diabetes | What I Eat for Breakfast | K's Mum
Hi everybody! In this video I talk about a simple rule of thumb that I follow when it comes to managing my gestational diabetes thru diet. I also give a couple of examples of what I eat for breakfast to give an idea as to how I apply my "rule of thumb" so I can eat properly while maintaining blood sugar levels within target. Disclaimer: This is not a medical advise but rather just me sharing how I deal with gestational diabetes according to my own personal situation. If you are unsure about your own personal circumstance, it is always best to talk to your professional health adviser. Please subscribe to my channels! K's Toys Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiHPMAtCbGV9gi1QmmLoFBw K's Mum Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpHQELKTCqfNR2uRTBJxVQA Please connect with me: Instagram: https://instagram.com/kstoys Twitter: https://twitter.com/amumzlife Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amumzlife Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/amumzlife/ Tumblr: https://amumzlife.tumblr.com Visit my Blog: A Mumz Melting Pot of C.H.I. - http://amumzwritings.blogspot.co.uk/ Also check out these videos! Product Review: Jayfi Tonnerre Jet-830 Earphones | K's Mum https://youtu.be/eAt7tPC0P9w Removing Photo Background Using MS Word 2013 Tutorial | K's Mum https://youtu.be/7w71rC0ic_U Creepy Halloween Decorations | Family Day Out Vlog | K's Mum https://youtu.be/wv-pDFWOsJI Favourite Lip Products for Autumn/Winter | K's Mum https://youtu.be/jHJ64ZmJ9ng Makeup Haul from Boots! | K's Mum https://youtu.be/-j0hpDyiWP0
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Gestational Diabetes Symptoms
WANT TO FIND A CURE TO YOUR DIABETES? CLICK THE LINK BELOW/ http://205b3cvg3tap0p2co0wve85-1y.hop.clickbank.net/ Gestational diabetes symptoms (or gestational diabetes mellitus, GDM) is a circumstance in which adult female without previously named diabetes exhibit high blood glucose levels on maternity (specially during their third trimester). There is a few inquiry whether the circumstance is natural during maternity Gestational diabetes symptoms is caused when the insulin receptors don't function the right way. Gestational diabetes symptoms, This is probably due to pregnancy-related factors such as as the presence of human being placental lactogen that interferes with susceptible insulin receptors. This in turn causes unsuitably elevated blood sugar levels.(Gestational diabetes symptoms) Gestational diabetes symptoms commonly has few symptoms and it is most generally diagnosed by screening out during pregnancy. Diagnostic tests discover unsuitably high levels of glucose in blood samples. Gestational diabetes touches 3-10% of pregnancies, dependent on the population analysed,[Gestational diabetes symptomsI] so perhaps a natural phenomenon. As with diabetes mellitus in maternity generally, babies born to mothers with untreated gestational diabetes are commonly at expanded risk of troubles such as comprising big for gestational age (which may lead to delivery complications),Gestational diabetes symptoms low blood sugar, and jaundice. Whenever untreated, it can also cause captures or still birth. Gestational diabetes is a treatable circumstance and adult female* who have enough control of glucose levels could effectively decrease these dangers. The food plan is often the 1st suggested target for strategic management of GDM. This form of diabetes was based by doctor Krishan Sharma in early 2007.Gestational diabetes symptoms Gestational diabetes symptoms Women with unmanaged gestational diabetes are at accumulated danger of developing type 2 Gestational diabetes symptoms mellitus(Gestational diabetes symptoms) (or, very rarely, latent autoimmune diabetes or Type 1)[mention Gestational diabetes symptoms] afterward maternity, as well as having a Gestational diabetes symptoms higher relative incidence of preeclampsia and Caesarean section;[3] their offspring are prone to making grow childhood obesity,[mention demanded] with type 2 diabetes later in life.[citation needed] Most patients are capable to deal their blood glucose levels with a changed diet and the founding of moderate exercise, but a few require antidiabetic drugs, including insulin.[Gestational diabetes symptoms3] Gestational diabetes symptoms is a type of diabetes that some women get during pregnancy. Between 2 and 10 percent of expectant mothers develop this condition, making it one of the most common health problems of pregnancy.Gestational diabetes symptoms Gestational diabetes symptomsContractions begin and the cervix gradually opens. See the stages of labor and watch a baby being born. Diabetes is complicated, but in a nutshell it means you have abnormally high levels of sugar in your blood. Here's what happens, Gestational diabetes symptoms
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What are the causes of gestational diabetes? - Dr. Kavitha Lakshmi Easwaran
Gestational diabetes is the result of various hormonal changes that occur in pregnant women. Placenta is the organ that transfers nutrients and oxygen from the mother to the baby. The production of certain hormones by the placenta namely human placental lactogen, progesterone and estrogen interferes with the ability of insulin to metabolize glucose and this is what is termed as insulin resistance.. nnAs pregnancy advances, the placenta grows larger in size and produces more and more of these hormones thereby increasing the insulin resistance. Hence, pregnancy is a diabetogenic state.. nnNormally, this is compensated by a three fold increase in production of insulin by the mothers pancreas. However, in women with a low insulin reserve, the mothers pancreas do not produce enough insulin to overcome the progress of insulin resistance. Hence, glucose is not metabolized properly and gestational diabetes sets in. The severity of gestational diabetes is inversely proportional to the insulin reserve of the mother. nHence the onset and severity varies from women to women..
Gestational Diabetes - CRASH! Medical Review Series
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Gestational Diabetes Symptoms and Tips
http://goo.gl/QCJ9b0 - How to reverse diabetes! Turns out, the diabetes industry is selling us fake research! Hi! I'm robo-Suzie and today I'll talk to you about Gestational Diabetes Symptoms and Tips. Also don't forget to check out the link below, to find out, how this guy reversed his diabetes! Turns out, the diabetes industry is selling us fake research! But back to our topic. Diabetes symptoms, whether it is gestational diabetes symptoms or symptoms of other types of diabetes, are different and can vary from person to person. Please keep this in mind as you read through this article, as this is only to serve as a guideline and cannot predict the symptoms that each individual person may experience. Symptoms of diabetes come in different forms and degrees. Even though you may not be experiencing any noticeable symptoms does not mean that you are not a diabetic. Sometimes it takes weeks or even months for symptoms to become prevalent to where you will notice them. With a pregnancy, physicians will usually order a glucose tolerance test at a certain stage during the pregnancy and this will help to determine whether you are experiencing gestational diabetes or not; however, even though the initial test may come back negative does not mean that you cannot develop gestational diabetes at a later stage of the pregnancy. Usually, gestational diabetes shows no symptoms and is found through the glucose tolerance test. If symptoms are noticeable, they are mild. Symptoms - Typical symptoms and signs of diabetes, whether gestational or not, are: constant thirst, excessive urination, fatigue, blurred vision, constant infections of the bladder, vagina and skin, blurred vision, and weight loss (even though you have an increased appetite). These are just a few of the basic symptoms and signs of diabetes as each person may experience different signs and symptoms. Weight loss happens when the body does not receive sugar (energy) through food consumption (usually resulting in hyperglycemia) and then the body begins to burn stored sugar (fat) for energy. When this happens, your blood sugar levels are usually high and in some cases, extremely high and needs attention as soon as possible before the onset on ketoacidosis and possible diabetic coma. This type of Diabetes & Type 2 Diabetes - Gestational diabetes is brought on because of the hormones developed during the pregnancy and resembles Type 2 diabetes in that the body is still producing insulin even though it is not enough to control blood glucose levels. Sometimes you can control gestational diabetes through watching your diet alone; however, some may have to take medication and possibly even insulin through the pregnancy. There is some research that shows that gestational diabetes and Type 2 diabetes is related; however, just because you develop gestational diabetes during pregnancy does not mean that you will develop Type 2 diabetes later in life. To help curve the possibility of this, maintain a healthy diet and a healthy weight as you can help to reduce your chance of developing Type 2 diabetes later on down the road. If in Doubt....If you think that you are experiencing symptoms of gestational diabetes, inform your physician immediately. Like mentioned earlier, even though the first test may come back negative, does not mean that you have not developed gestational diabetes since it was conducted. Physicians usually wait to conduct the glucose tolerance test at around 28 weeks of pregnancy. If you feel at any time during your pregnancy like you are experiencing symptoms of diabetes, your physician may want to either conduct an early test or a later test. Don't be afraid to let your physician know what is going on with you, as it is your body and only you know how you feel. That's it! Thank you. Please subscribe, comment and like this video if it was helpful! See you soon!
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Simple steps to prevent Gestational Diabetes - Dr. Shashi Agrawal
Gestational Diabetes is one of the most common complications of pregnancy, it is defined as altered blood sugars which is developed during pregnancy and they usually correct itself after the delivery. Prevention of GDM is very important to avoid future maternal and fettle adverse outcomes. Generally the high risk patients are those who had GDM in previous pregnancies, elderly pregnant women, PCOS, obese and people with strong family history. Usually in a planned pregnancy, pre pregnancy control few steps can be taken to avoid GDM in future that usually maintaining an ideal BMI by regular exercise, diet and losing weight. During pregnancy usually the GDM develops in second or third trimester though it can also start from the beginning itself. The fine tuning of diet and exercise is required to avoid GDM. It can be ideally done by maintaining ideal weight during pregnancy that is no weight gain about 6 months of pregnancy or total weight gain till 9 months about 4-5 kg is enough. Also high risk patient should go for regular exercises after consulting the doctor, 30 minutes walk per day on most of the days of a week, antenatal exercises as advised by the doctor, they can go for a swim which is good exercise during the pregnancy. Apart from that the diet should be controlled from the very beginning, no extra sugar, white sugar should be completely avoided, rice, high fiber diet should be taken from the beginning as it absorbs extra sugar from the body, it should be low carbohydrate and low fat diet. With this tuning probably the Gestational Diabetes can be put at hold, also regular checkups, good follow up with doctor, sugars should be checked at the first visit at about 6 months and almost every month at high risk case.
GESTATIONAL DIABETES - Diet Plan By Dietitian Jyoti Chabria
BEST TIPS on GESTATIONAL DIABETES starting from diet plan, exercises & weight management. When you hear the word gestational diabetes I’m sure many of us would raise our eyebrows! Well, let me put it across in a simpler way. This type of diabetes is common in pregnant woman and remains only till the time of her delivery. After delivery the patient is considered no more a considered a diabetic. Some women are unfortunate when the gestational diabetes tends to stay on and goes not go away. This happens in very rare situations accompanied with other complications. Gestational diabetes during pregnancy is a temporary phase where the body goes through a number of changes. Did you know that gestational diabetes is also known as ‘Mellitis”? Let us have a brief look at what really causes diabetes in pregnant woman: Pregnant woman do not really need to worry about their blood sugar levels rising because it usually reaches normal levels during the course of time. I’m sure you all would want to know the reason for high sugar levels in pregnant woman! One major cause is the fact that the placenta produces more insulin than normally required by the body, and results in hormones getting blocked. Gestational diabetes occurs in women generally during the last semester of the pregnancy. The best way to make sure that you are not a diabetic is to get your blood sugar levels checked right after your delivery and regularly for the consecutive six months. A healthy diet for gestational diabetes is also very important to be followed. Pregnancy is one such phase in a women’s life which she always looks forward to. The period of pregnancy should be followed with some form of exercise for gestational diabetes. This would go a long way in making the pregnancy easier for the women. Risk factors for gestational diabetes: 1. Obesity: Women who are overweight are under a greater risk of getting gestational diabetes. Therefore it is important to keep a check on your weight during pregnancy. 2. High blood pressure: Pregnancy tends to increase the blood pressure levels in women. In order to avoid such a situation, it is always advisable to do some yoga or meditation to keep the mind calm. Some basic precautions to be taken during pregnancy are: Healthy diet plan:  It is important to follow a similar diet as a diabetic patient. Once the baby is born, the mother can go back to her normal eating habits since all the sugar parameters come back to normal levels. Food to be consumed by the patient is as follows- low fat skimmed milk, drumsticks, spinach, fenugreek etc.  Food that should be avoided is- Potatoes, beetroots, bananas, mangoes, grapes and custard apples. Exercising:  This is another way to maintain normal sugar levels in the body. Exercising like taking small walks or yoga can help you control the glucose levels in the body. A check on your weight: weight management is quite a task for many mothers to be! Controlling your weight can go a long way in keeping your sugar levels well under control. I hope this bit of information has been educational in some way to all of you! So remember gestational diabetes is just a temporary phase but can be problematic if you are not precautions. As the old saying goes ‘Precaution is better than cure’!  Jyoti Chabria is a Consultant Dietitian for many major hospitals, colleges and corporates in India. She is a national award winner for her nutrition product line ‘Nutriline’. With over 20 years of experience, she aims to create public awareness in the field of healthcare and conduct several camps and workshops. For more videos subscribe to https://www.youtube.com/StylecrazeTV Stylecraze Beauty Videos:- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE5h... Stylecraze Yoga Videos :- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4Bc... Stylecraze Fitness Videos :- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQIF... Facebook@ https://www.facebook.com/StylecrazeVi...
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Diabetes During Pregnancy What to Eat | Home Remedies for Gestational Diabetes
Watch ► Diabetes During Pregnancy What to Eat | Home Remedies for Gestational Diabetes Hi Friend, Today I am Going To Share With you , Diabetes During Pregnancy What to Eat | Home Remedies for Gestational Diabetes Follow with us on links given below Youtube : https://goo.gl/1IIFIC Facebook : https://goo.gl/pQsHKj Google+ : https://goo.gl/0TsQuM ----------------------------------------------- pregnancy diabetes diet chart south indian diet for gestational diabetes sample diet plan for gestational diabetes during pregnancy gestational diabetes diet chart for vegetarians kerala diet for gestational diabetes ghee in gestational diabetes real food for gestational diabetes pdf real food for gestational diabetes recipes gestational diabetes shopping list gestational diabetes is not real amazon real food for gestational diabetes diet for gestational diabetes menu real food for gestational diabetes download gestational diabetes recipes meal ideas diet for gestational diabetes during third trimester list of foods you can eat with gestational diabetes "what is considered gestational diabetes" "percentage of women with gestational diabetes" "what is the treatment for gestational diabetes" "what happens if you have gestational diabetes" "treatment for gestational diabetes during pregnancy" "insulin in pregnancy gestational diabetes" "gestational diabetes symptoms in pregnancy" "gestational diabetes resources" "how do you get gestational diabetes while pregnant" "what is gestational diabetes and how can it be controlled" "managing gestational diabetes" "what do you do for gestational diabetes" "how do you get gestational diabetes when pregnancy" "gestational diabetes meaning" "gestational diabetes during pregnancy" "gestational diabetes while pregnant" "signs of gestational diabetes in pregnancy" "what does gestational diabetes do to baby" "is gestational diabetes common" "gestational diabetes and pregnancy" "gestational diabetes high blood sugar symptoms" "gestational diabetes treatment" "what to do if you have gestational diabetes" "diet for gestational diabetes in pregnancy" "all about gestational diabetes" "how gestational diabetes occurs" "blood sugar levels during pregnancy gestational diabetes" "what is gestational diabetes in pregnancy" "gestational diabetes levels" "gestational diabetes nutrition" "symptoms of gestational diabetes during pregnancy" "how to treat gestational diabetes" "a woman with gestational diabetes is at high risk for" "how do you get gestational diabetes" "sample gestational diabetes diet" "gestational diabetes signs of high blood sugar" "gestational diabetes mellitus" "what's gestational diabetes" "gestational diabetes risk to baby" "what are the side effects of gestational diabetes" "gestational diabetes test" "gestational diabetes in pregnancy" "gestational diabetes meal plan" "gestational diabetes occurs" =================== DISCLAIMER: This video is only intended for an informational purpose.Readers are subjected to use this information on their own risk.This channel doesn’t take any responsibility for any harm, side-effects, illness or any health or skin care problems caused due to the use of our content or anything related to this.
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Gestational Diabetes // My Favorite Snacks
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30 weeks | Gestational Diabetes & What's Changed
Trying to get you guys more pregnancy updates during my third trimester and a lot of things have changed over the past few weeks. I talk about being diagnosed with gestational diabetes and how thats effecting me and what my new day looks like. Also how I really don't like when the baby gets the hiccups haha If you want to see more pregnancy videos let me know in the comments please! xoxo Follow me on Instagram: http://bit.ly/theblushedmama
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Dealing with gestational diabetes: Dr Alka Gandhi
Gestational diabetes is becoming a norm rather than an exception these days because of late pregnancies, career choices, lifestyle, obesity and genetic predisposition. Here the diabetologist gets into the details of managing diabetes during pregnancy to tell you how to get the best out of the situation. We, at Indian Diabetes Review TV, are trying to bring you a complete news portal for diabetics and their care-givers. Visit our website www.IndianDiabetesReview.com which is updated 24x7. As management of diabetes depends solely on information we intend to bring to you all the news and analysis about various developments from the world over that can impact your health. We cull the best of news and information that can help you live a full life in spite of your debilitating health condition. In these videos you will come across people who have managed to beat conventional thinking on diabetes, celebrities who have a take on diabetes, health professionals who have a new insight into diabetes management or even thought-leader who has an opinion on this health disorder. You can always write to us about what you feel about our internet television programmes, news portal or magazine; drop in a line, our email ID is: editorial@parabolamedia.com You can also call us at 022 6561 2705 if you want to subscribe to our monthly news magazine: Living With Diabetes
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All the basic information you need to get started on treating your diabetes. of course others have it worse and have to get on insulin but hopefully this will help you be able to control it to where you dont have to do that. Good Luck!
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Gestational Diabetes (Obstetrics - Third Trimester / High Risk)
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Foods You Can Eat With Gestational Diabetes
Foods You Can Eat With Gestational Diabetes If you find the video useful, feel free to share it with your friends and family. Thank You. Please subscribe to the channel: https://goo.gl/LBLVNP Our Social Media: * G+: https://goo.gl/2QULN3 * Twitter: https://twitter.com/24hHealth * You may be interested: - Tips for healthy: https://goo.gl/t1empX - Cure diabetes: https://goo.gl/zMX3Rh - Good health 24h: https://goo.gl/JTpJhx - Symptoms and Signs: https://goo.gl/XeDjp5 - Cure at home: https://goo.gl/Zeipjn - Gain weight in a week: https://goo.gl/18Mcbn - Home remedies for glowing skin: https://goo.gl/jXf82Y - Knee pain treatment at home: https://goo.gl/J9qPff Please subscribe to the channel: https://goo.gl/LBLVNP Thank for watching
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Gestational Diabetes, Symptoms, Causes
Here you can read about Gestational Diabetes, Symptoms and Causes etc. Gestational diabetes develops during pregnancy (gestation). Like other types of diabetes, gestational diabetes affects how your cells use sugar (glucose). Gestational diabetes causes high blood sugar that can affect your pregnancy and your baby's health. Any pregnancy complication is concerning, but there's good news. Expectant moms can help control gestational diabetes by eating healthy foods, exercising and, if necessary, taking medication. Controlling blood sugar can prevent a difficult birth and keep you and your baby healthy. In gestational diabetes, blood sugar usually returns to normal soon after delivery. But if you've had gestational diabetes, you're at risk for type 2 diabetes. You'll continue working with your health care team to monitor and manage your blood sugar.
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Diet Tips for Gestational Diabetes (Diabetes in Pregnancy)
Here are the diet tips for diabetes in pregnancy. Such a diet will allow optimum growth of the baby but at the same time will help keep blood sugar under control. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "10 Tips for Setting & Sticking to Your Health Resolutions" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uuJv5PvXOM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Gestational Diabetes
Before watching the video, please fill out this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/M82BH2Q After watching the video, please fill out this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MLVKR8K ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 Community resources in Pikangikum: 1. Pikangikum Diabetes Program: Go to your Nursing Station, or call 1- 807-773-5550 to join and learn more about preventing diabetes 2. Healthy Babies, Healthy Children Program: Call 807-773-5395 to join and learn more about how to have a healthy pregnancy 3. Visit northwesthealthline.ca/ and click on “Kenora District” - find the “Pikangikum Nursing Station” tab to learn about these programs 4. For more information about getting started visit the National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health’s guide to physical activity for Indigenous peoples: http://www.nccah-ccnsa.ca/Publications/Lists/Publications/Attachments/72/1791_NCCAH_fs_physactivity_EN.pdf 5. Check out what people in your community are doing to be healthy
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What I normally eat in a day with gestational diabetes
I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes at 25 weeks pregnant. I was super scared of what the risks were and dove right in to the diet my doctor and dietician gave me! Now, my days look pretty much the same, which helps keep my sugars level.
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33 Weeks Pregnant- Gestational Diabetes talk + Belly Shot!
Here is my pregnancy update! I talk about my symptoms, glucose test, weight gain, and belly shot! Bad News from the Doc vlog http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZepjyACkcq8 Baby Shower! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sG-9qukzQrQ Itsjudytime Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/itsjudytime Subscribe to our channel for daily real life vlogs http://www.youtube.com/itsJudysLife Judy's Twitter http://www.twitter.com/itsJudyTime Benji's Twitter http://www.twitter.com/BenjiManTV Judy's Beauty Channel http://www.itsjudytime.tv Benji's Food Channel http://www.youtube.com/BenjiManTV Judy's Blog http://www.itsjudytime.com BlogTV http://www.blogtv.com/people/itsjudytime
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Indian Vegetarian Diet for Gestational Diabetes
Indian Vegetarian Diet for Gestational Diabetes Gestational diabetes is defined as glucose intolerance in women who do not have preexisting diabetes but develop high blood sugar levels during their pregnancy. It usually begins at the 24th week of pregnancy, when a woman is not able to make and use all the insulin her body needs for pregnancy. An Indian vegetarian diet is usually cereal-based and high in carbohydrates. However, judicious use of high-quality protein from pulses, beans, seeds, nuts and dairy products, and fiber from vegetables and fruits, can provide a perfect balance to the diabetic meal plan. If you find the video useful, feel free to share it with your friends and family. Thank You. Please subscribe to the channel: https://goo.gl/LBLVNP Our Social Media: * G+: https://goo.gl/2QULN3 * Twitter: https://twitter.com/24hHealth * You may be interested: - Tips for healthy: https://goo.gl/t1empX - Cure diabetes: https://goo.gl/zMX3Rh - Good health 24h: https://goo.gl/JTpJhx - Symptoms and Signs: https://goo.gl/XeDjp5 - Cure at home: https://goo.gl/Zeipjn - Gain weight in a week: https://goo.gl/18Mcbn - Home remedies for glowing skin: https://goo.gl/jXf82Y - Knee pain treatment at home: https://goo.gl/J9qPff Please subscribe to the channel: https://goo.gl/LBLVNP Thank for watching
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Gestational Diabetes Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment | Diabetes care | Dr P V Rao | Namaste
Gestational diabetes only happens during pregnancy.During pregnancy, the placenta makes hormones that can lead to a buildup of sugar in your blood. Usually, your pancreas can make enough insulin to handle that. If not, your blood sugar levels will rise and can cause gestational diabetes. Enjoy And Stay Connected With Us!! Visit Our Official Website: http://www.namaste.in/ Download Namaste Android App: https://goo.gl/ML5l8Q Subscribe to Our Youtube Channel : https://goo.gl/Hfxh4M Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NamasteCinema Like Our Page For More Updates: https://www.facebook.com/NamasteEntertainment/ For More Entertainment/Gossips/News/Health/Bhakthi : Entertainment - https://goo.gl/uUf0Fz Movie Gossips - https://goo.gl/DMhuQn News - https://goo.gl/qF3vwY Bhakthi - https://goo.gl/8aWuUB Health - https://goo.gl/bqxDAl Namaste is one of the best content aggregation app & web portal.Namaste offers content in 9 different categories as of now – News, Cinema, Video, Audio, Literature, Spirituality, Women, Time pass & Health. Namaste is a ‘Make In India’ app made by Indians for Indians. We are excited with the app. We genuinely hope you will be equally excited as well. Namaste App now available on Google Play Store @ https://goo.gl/ML5l8Q Offered By - Namaste Online Pvt.Ltd.
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Exercise and Gestational Diabetes - 5 Simple Things to Do
Exercise is an important part of a healthy #pregnancy lifestyle. Try some of these on for size and see what works for you to squeeze in a little more exercise into your day and be healthier with gestational diabetes. Having gestational diabetes makes exercise even more important. This is because exercise can help you burn off excess sugar and calories, as well as keep your body fit and energy levels up. Finding exercise that works for you is very important. You need to make sure you are not over exerting yourself and that you are being safe for your stage of pregnancy. Make sure to talk to your doctor before starting any exercise program.
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Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Part I
This is an e-lecture by Prof. Ajit Virkud on gestational diabetes mellitus
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Gestational Diabetes: After Your Baby is Born
You’ve just given birth to a beautiful baby. But when your pregnancy is complicated by gestational diabetes, you may be concerned about the health of your baby as well as your own. Learn more at https://www.bundoo.com/.
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Effects of Gestational Diabetes on baby when in womb and after birth - Dr. Shashi Agrawal
Most women with well managed gestational diabetes will have healthy babies of few with obligations. The most common obligation of gestational diabetes on the baby is large babies, that are more than the average weight which is because of the high blood sugar in mother which is transferred to the baby and causing the baby to produce more insulin. This insulin converts the glucose of baby in to fat and causes the over growth of the baby. Very low blood sugar at the time of birth is another complication which is again because of higher level of insolence in baby changing glucose to fat. Apart from that free term birth is also and common complication which maybe natural because of high blood sugar on the mother or it may be induce to avoid complications. Sometimes because of the pre term baby have more chances of getting jaundice. Respective repose Syndrome or breathing problems at the time of birth are more common in gestational diabetes mother. This is a word of caution if untreated gestational diabetes there is a slight risk of babies death during delivery or just after birth. Later effects of gestational diabetes on the babies they have the higher chance of developing obesity in later in life and also they are more pro 2 type diabetes later in life.
If I have gestational diabetes, how might it affect my baby, and will he be bigger than average?
Moms with diabetes, whether it be Type I, Type II, or gestational diabetes are more likely to cook large babies. It's because if your blood sugars aren't well controlled during your pregnancy you have a large amount of blood sugar circulating and this is getting to the baby as well. So they can grow extra large from having that extra sugar. It causes complications after delivery because their body is normal; they are producing insulin which is like a key that unlocks cells to put the blood sugar into the cell. Their body's response to this large amount of sugar is to produce a lot of insulin. This is great and what their body should do while they're inside of you. But once they're born and not getting all of that sugar, they still have a high level of insulin to compensate for that and it causes their blood sugar to rapidly drop. A lot of babies born to mothers with diabetes struggle with their own blood sugar after delivery. So the people who are taking care of your newborn will likely be in tune with this and be watching your newborn for signs of complications. But as for how big your baby is likely to be, who knows? It's hard to say. The chances of your baby being large are reduced by you controlling your blood sugars well during the pregnancy. So if your doctor has recommended a certain diet make sure you follow that and if your doctor has recommended medication to control your blood sugars, make sure you're taking that as prescribed and checking your blood sugars as frequently as your doctor has suggested as well. It's likely that in your third trimester you'll go to see some specialists that will watch you and the baby for signs of complications from diabetes. Usually your doctor will have you go to a specialist called a perinatologist to make sure that your baby is growing well and that the pregnancy overall is going well. They'll probably also have you talk with diabetic educators that will have you keep a log of your blood sugars and have you come in and discuss any complications or issues you're having with them. Your doctor is also likely to have you get frequent non-stress tests where you come in and they put your baby on the monitor, meaning they watch your baby's heart rate and your contraction pattern, for a short period of time to make sure your baby has enough oxygen and is doing well. If you have any other specific questions about your condition or about the things I've mentioned be sure to talk to your doctor and ask how they apply to you. But if you have any other questions for me feel free to ask them on our Facebook page and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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How to Deal with Gestational Diabetes
Watch more How to Have a Healthy Pregnancy videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/223255-How-to-Deal-with-Gestational-Diabetes Approximately 4 percent of women are diagnosed with gestational diabetes during pregnancy. Here's how to manage it. Step 1: Know what gestational diabetes is. During pregnancy, increased hormone production requires more insulin to keep blood-sugar levels from getting too high. If the mother's pancreas is unable to make enough insulin to keep her blood sugar level normal, she becomes diabetic. Step 2: Follow the diet your doctor gives you. It likely will consist largely of high-fiber fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes; simple sugars and carbohydrates will be limited. The goal of the diet is to maintain a normal blood-sugar level. Tip Three small, well-spaced meals and three snacks will help keep your blood sugar on an even keel. Step 3: Exercise according to your obstetrician's guidelines. Experts say daily walking and swimming are especially good workouts for pregnant women. Step 4: If diet and exercise don't bring down your blood-sugar levels, your doctor may have you inject yourself with insulin or take an oral medication. Step 5: Keep on top of your condition by testing your blood sugar with a blood-glucose meter several times a day: When waking up in the morning; before each meal; and an hour or two after each meal. Call your doctor immediately if your blood-sugar level is high. Tip Acceptable blood sugar levels are 95 or less upon awakening; 140 or less an hour after meals; and 120 or less two hours after meals. Step 6: Return to your doctor six to 12 weeks after giving birth to have your blood sugar retested. For most women, their blood-sugar levels return to normal after they give birth. Step 7: Stick with your anti-diabetes diet and exercise plan so you won't become part of the approximately 50 percent of women who develop type 2 diabetes within five years of having gestational diabetes. Did You Know? Giving birth to a baby weighing more than nine pounds increases your risk of developing gestational diabetes during your next pregnancy.
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What Happens in Gestational Diabetes?
Gestational Diabetes is one of the most common conditions that can happen during pregnancy. But what happens when you have it, and how can diet and exercise help? What Happens in Gestational Diabetes? is the second in a series of videos from the HRB Mother and Baby Clinical Trial Network Ireland, explaining what happens in some common pregnancy and newborn health problems, and how research is trying to answer the questions we still have. Our second Curious Parents video looks at Gestational Diabetes, a condition that affects up to 12% of pregnancies in Ireland. When you have gestational diabetes, your pancreas is not able to produce enough insulin to help convert sugar into energy. As a result, too much sugar is left in the blood, and left unchecked, this can have serious short term and long term effects for mum and baby. At the HRB Mother and Baby Clinical Trial Network, we're researching diabetes in pregnancy. You can read more about our research on our website - www.hrb-mbctni.ie Follow us on Twitter @HRBMumAndBaby And like our Facebook www.facebook.com/HRBMotherAndBabyCTNI/
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Diabetes in Pregnancy - Gestational Diabetes - Dr. H Divakar (Hindi)
Mamta Tv, diabetes in pregnancy, maternal health, maternal health, pregnancy,premature delivery, delivery problems, childhood obesity, diet, exercise, medicines,
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Best tips to reduce blood sugar in women with Gestational Diabetes - Dr. Punyavathi C. Nagaraj
Gestational diabetes is a condition where a pregnant lady will have high blood sugars between 24 to 28 weeks of gestation. When they have this problem it is better to consult a gynecologist and she get the consent from the concerned doctor to reduce the blood sugar levels and to reduce the maternal and t eh fetal complications. So a woman who has Gestational diabetes better to meet a dietician to get a diet schedule, how to control her diet and how to control her blood sugar by managing a proper diet during a routine food habits. That is a way to control diabetes during pregnancy. Second is blood glucose levels are equally important to maintain the pregnancy also. She cannot cut down completely the sugar intake which leads to lot of problems to the mother and the ongoing pregnancy. To avoid these complication, she has to have proper balanced diet where the carbohydrates is very minimal and carbohydrates should be the required quantity and it should be useful for the ongoing pregnancy. So you should have a diet counseling that is very essential. Along with this the pregnancy will be having its complications, you should reduce the blood sugar levels. The main pathophysiology in diabetic patients is there is a gland called as pancreas, which produces insulin which controls the blood sugar levels. Naturally the insulin will be quite low in those conditions where we need to supplement the insulin to control the blood sugar levels. So periodically she will have to undergo the periodic checkup of the blood sugar levels. She can do it at home every alternate days if possible so that if there are any variations in the blood sugar level, she can immediately consult a doctor and bring to down to normal. So if there is high blood sugar levels, it may lead to fetal complications like the baby may grow more bigger. That we call it as macrosomia of the fetal growth. So to avoid those conditions, maintain a proper blood sugar levels, maintain a proper diet schedule, and along with that follow proper physical activities like pregnancy like stretching exercises of 15 to 20 minutes walk everyday which keeps the body system perfect, It will burn some amount of calories also. We advise such women to take a frequent small mean which contains less amount of carbohydrates and with due care the process of pregnancy will go comfortably without having any maternal or any fetal complications. So pregnancy is a condition where he woman has to enjoy the situation and we have to go accordingly followed by the advise given by the concerned consultant.
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How to Avoid Gestational Diabetes with Lily Nichols
Hi I am Dr. Marc Sklar, The Fertility Expert and welcome to my channel, Fertility TV where I share tips and tricks for improving your fertility! In this episode I chat with Lily Nichols about how to avoid gestational diabetes. Restore your hope and fertility ~ http://www.marcsklar.com/hope Meet Lily http://programs.realfoodforgd.com/gd/?ap_id=marcsklar 📖 Read the blog: http://marcsklar.com/gestational-diabetes-with-lily-nichols 👦 Talk With Marc: http://marcsklar.com/talk-with-marc 📧 Join our Newsletter: http://marcsklar.com/newsletter | GET PREGNANT NOW | http://marcsklar.com/talk-with-marc/ | Let's Be Social | Join my FB Private Group: http://bit.ly/ImreadyF http://instagram.com/the_fertility_expert/ Music: Nice And Easy by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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At 28 weeks pregnant I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. I am now 32 weeks and having to inject myself with insulin. Here's my story and how I am dealing with it. Update: I injected myself every night with the same dosage and at the same time every night until my water broke August 5th at 5:30 a.m. As soon as my placenta was delivered the gestational diabetes went away and I was back to the way it was before. I even had a burger and 🍟 after giving birth with a regular coke (a craving but not regular habit). Just have to take care of myself, eat right and exercise so I don’t end up getting type 2 diabetes in the far future. Instagram Mary_K_Miles Visit my closet at Poshmark @mary_k_miles
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