Gestational diabetes

intercourse during pregnancy
Intercourse during Pregnancy
January 10, 2018
gastational diabetes

Gestational diabetes, is one of the diseases that may be present during pregnancy.

As you know, carbohydrates are converted to glucose at the time digestion of the digestive system. Entered glucose enters the bloodstream and is transmitted by the insulin hormone to the body to burn and produce energy.

This process is difficult in diabetic patients, insulin does not produce enough insulin in diabetics, or that cells can not use insulin, resulting in glucose not entering cells, resulting in increasing blood sugar.
Pregnant women with gestational diabetes usually recover after birth of the baby, and their diabetes is resolved. Pregnancy is seen in 3 to 6 percent of pregnant women, and the prevalence is prevalent in the second trimester.

signs and symptoms of gestational diabetes

Sudden increasing appetite
Overeating is a common symptom of diabetes. If you get too hungry, you should check this false appetite. This is a great appetite for producing and secreting excess insulin in the blood.

Feeling great thirst
Pregnant women with diabetes have a lot of thirst, because the body needs more water and fluids to dilute their blood glucose.

  • Frequent urination
Much use of fluid relieves mother’s thirst and often results in frequent urination.

Of course, frequent urination is a sign of diabetes that can be an alarm for pregnant mothers. At the time of diabetes, the kidneys want to increase their urine volume by removing excess sugar from them, as a result of which the person feels a frequent urination. It is recommended that you give your urine a high blood glucose level in your urine.

gastational diabetes

• Uterine and bladder infections
In the event of diabetes and its lack of control on the part of the mother, a pregnant woman has frequent infections in the bladder, vagina and skin. A pregnant woman with gestational diabetes may have complications such as fungal infection in the vagina or skin. If you feel burning or itching in the vaginal area, you may want to go to a gynecologist.

  • Increasing blood glucose
You need to be informed about blood glucose levels by entering the 24th week of pregnancy, so that you can prevent gestational diabetes.

  • Increased or decreased weight
An increase in half a kilogram of body weight per week for a pregnant woman during the third trimester is normal, but if she has much more weight or weight gain is stopped or weighs down, she should go to a gynecologist and gynecologist.
gestational diabetes.
• Increased or decreased weight
An increase in half a kilogram of body weight per week for a pregnant woman during the third trimester is normal, but if she has much more weight or weight gain is stopped or weighs down, she should go to a gynecologist and gynecologist.

In the event of diabetes and its lack of control on the part of the mother, a pregnant woman has frequent infections in the bladder, vagina and skin. A pregnant woman with gestational diabetes may have complications such as fungal infection in the vagina or skin. If you feel burning or itching in the vaginal area, you may want to go to a gynecologist.
• Increasing blood glucose
You need to be informed about blood glucose levels by entering the 24th week of pregnancy, so that you can prevent gestational diabetes.
• Increased or decreased weight
An increase in half a kilogram of body weight per week for a pregnant woman during the third trimester is normal, but if she has much more weight or weight gain is stopped or weighs down, she should go to a gynecologist and gynecologist.

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