A change in the way pregnant women are tested for gestation diabetes could greatly increase the number of women diagnosed with the disease, which may help keep both mother and baby healthier in the future. Gestational diabetes is a form of the disease that either starts or is first diagnosed during pregnancy. It is a growing problem, as more women are waiting until their 30s or 40s to have babies, and more women are overweight before they become pregnant. It is one of the most common complications of pregnancy. Almost all pregnant women are checked for gestational diabetes because if ... Read More
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