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Pregnancy and Diabetes

During your pregnancy, you should monitor your diet and exercise program

If you are a diabetic and you want to get pregnant, work with your OB/GYN doctor and your diabetes doctor. So that you are in the best shape possible, at least three to six months before you conceive. Be sure to follow up regularly to the physicians so that you remain healthy during your pregnancy and after delivery.

Look for signs of imbalance in your blood sugar as pregnancy can sometimes wreak havoc on your regular routine.

In order to compensate for the changes in your body, you may have to go to a nutritionist. Talk to your doctor about getting more B Vitamins, especially folic acid to guard against the risk of birth defects.

If you have never been diabetic in the past, ensure that your child does not experience problems or birth defects because of high blood sugar levels that may cross into the placenta.

Your OB/GYN doctor will usually refer you to a dietitian so you can get meal plans that are specially designed to help you control your blood sugar.


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