Gestational diabetes is any degree of glucose intolerance with onset or first recognition during pregnancy. Read the full Clinical Overview to learn the diagnosis, screening, treatment and more.
Care of the hospitalized perinatal patient with diabetes [pregestational (type 1 or type 2) or gestational (type A1GDM or type A2GDM)] requiring glycemic monitoring and management.
Insulin: Obstetric Patients (Maternal-Newborn) is important...
Caring for yourself after a gestational diabetes mellitus diagnosis means keeping your blood sugar under control. This can be done through nutrition, exercise, lifestyle changes, medicines, insulin, and support from your health care team.
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