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Gestational diabetes and premature birth Diabetes is a condition in which there is an inability to control blood sugar levels and it leads to high amounts of sugar in the blood. Gestational diabetes can make your baby grow larger than normal, or be large for gestational age (LGA). A newborn is considered LGA if the baby’s birth weight is greater than 90 percent of other babies born at the same gestational age. (Macrosomia is another labor complication related to a large baby.) If you have gestational diabetes, your baby may also have large.
Gestational diabetes also can cause health complications for your baby after birth, including: Breathing problems, including respiratory distress syndrome (also called RDS). This is a breathing problem caused when Jaundice. This is a medical condition in.
“We found a 10.4-fold increase in preterm deliveries (prior to 37 weeks of pregnancy) in women who were diagnosed with gestational diabetes before 6 months of pregnancy (P <0.001)," said Ivan Nga. Because there's a risk of low blood sugar from gestational diabetes when a baby is born, many get blood glucose testing shortly after delivery. If these tests are out of a healthy range, your provider will monitor your baby closely.
Feeding your baby as soon as possible after birth, preferably by breastfeeding, can prevent or correct hypoglycemia. Pre-term birth Your blood sugar will probably return to normal after you give birth. But you’ll have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes later or gestational diabetes again with another. Spontaneous preterm delivery and gestational diabetes: the impact of glycemic control. Yogev Y(1), Langer O. Author information: (1)Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, St Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center, University Hospital of Columbia University, New York, NY 10019, USA. [email protected]
If untreated, gestational diabetes increases the risk of pregnancy-associated high blood pressure (called preeclampsia) and early (premature) delivery of the baby. Babies of mothers with gestational diabetes tend to be large (macrosomia), which can cause complications during birth. Diabetes (high blood sugar) and gestational diabetes (which occurs only during pregnancy) Blood clotting problems; Other factors that may increase risk for preterm labor and premature birth include: Ethnicity. Preterm labor and birth occur more often among certain racial and ethnic groups. There are some risks associated with giving birth if you have gestational diabetes.
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