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Gestational Diabetes Learning Disabilities In Child
A study in British: Medical journal cited tests implying that adhd and perhaps learning disabilities may be more common among children born to mothers with gestational diabetes. However, the differences in the results of these tests tended to disappear in the older index group children. The significance is uncertain and further study is necessary. Seek evaluation for any concerns. Best regards. ...Read more
process information at a level commensurate with intellectual ability. For example, a person with normal intelligence reading well below grade level or unable to perform age and grade appropriate math problems. There are many forms of LEARNING DISABILITIES . Federal law requires that every child with a learning disability receive educational services that will ...Read more
16wks pregnant w/4th child.
No history of Gestational Diabetes.
Are there any symptoms that will help me recognize it?
How can it be prevented?
Hard to tell: GD is a difficult process to sort out during pregnancy by symptoms, like urinating more often, because you will anyway.Prenatal visits will routinely include a urine test for sugar, and a timed blood test to detect response to a sugar load. As long as you keep up with the routine visits, it would be picked up early enough to help. ...Read more
Yes: There is a lot of evidence to suggest that a baby exposed to high blood sugars in utero is at higher risk to develop type 2 diabetes in later childhood-adulthood. It's important for such children to have healthy lifestyles because becoming overweight or obese increases their risk for developing type 2 diabetes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
After having gestational diabetes, does your child have a chance of developing diabetes? My 6yo craves sugar & is constantly hungry.
I am 38 weeks pregnant with my second child at 2 CM dilated. This pregnancy is much different than my first. I have gestational diabetes, taking glybu?
Your question is ???: You have offered up some information but asked no question? Please start over, questions are not linked on the site, so please give info and ask a clear question. ...Read more
Which is a safer method for delivery; induced labor or c-section? My granddaughter is 19 yrs old. With gestational diabetes. Today with her ob visit they are talking about induced labor to bypass any chance of 'stillbirth' for her child. They have passed
Depends on control: If your blood sugar stays high during pregnancy it will create problems for baby. Baby will begin to to make its own Insulin & begin storing the excess as enlargement of organs and body size. At some point, baby may be to large to go thru your birth canal & c-section may be necessary. If you achieve & maintain good control, baby will remain normal & normal delivery may be possible. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes but my baby is a week small. Was i misdiagnosed? I wasn't overweight when i got pregnant.
Unclear: It is not clear what is meant by “ a week small.” If you are referring to the estimated fetal weight by a sonogram then a one week variation may be within the margin of error. I suggest scheduling a follow up with your doctor to go over the details and clarify exactly what is going on. ...Read more
I am 34yr. had 2 miscarriages at 20weeks. have 1 baby born at 31 weeks after cerclage.had gestational diabetes.possible risks for another baby?
Once diagnosed w/gestational diabetes at 27 weeks, can you reverse it during pregnancy and reverse how fast the baby is growing to normal rate?
Diabetes: The diagnosis of gestational diabetes is difficult (even though it should be easy). It is possible, based on a 3 hour glucose test to test positive on monday and, if repeated, test negative on friday. If you consistently run high glucose levels then you need to modify your diet and sometimes be on medication. Diet can often reverse the high sugars but you need to still check glucose levels. ...Read more
32wks pregnant w/ gestational diabetes.control w/diet.last 2days eat too much carbs got high reading(124,153..)2x a day.did it put baby at risk?
Yes: It is imperative that you stay on your diet as the baby's risk for Macrosomia(too large baby weight) is dependent upon your diets' compliance or not. When the baby is too large then there is a rash of vaginal delivery complications and inherent risks to the baby's health in general. ...Read more
I have gestational diabetes and baby is weighing 4lb 14oz at 33 weeks how much weight does a baby put on weekly my baby weighed 3lb 7oz at 30 weeks ?
Varies: Generally a baby is expected to double in weight from 32 to 40 weeks. It sounds like you should expect a baby in the range of 8 to 9 pounds. ...Read more
With gestational diabetes when do I have baby docs said they won't let go full term do u have any idea what week docs normally want us to have baby ?
Baby: I don't quite understand your doctor's plan. 6 years after my mother was diagnosed with diabetes - not many ways to take control of diabetes in those days - she gave birth to my youngest brother now aged 64. The clinical world has moved forward dramatically since then and I don't understand the reason for your doctor's concern. Let me know the reasons please. ...Read more
Yes: Not only do you risk early pregnancy loss or increased birth defects with uncontrolled diabetes in pregnancy, but you have the risk of a stillborn in late pregnancy if blood sugars are too high. This is why you need tight glycemic control, not just to avoid a large baby. Fasting cs should be < 100 and 1 hr post prandials < 140. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gestational diabetes occurs in women who are pregnant. Prior to becoming pregant the woman was not diabetic and once the woman delivers the baby the diabetes goes away, although she has a higher chance of getting non-insulin-dependent diabetes in the future. With gestational diabetes, hormones from the pregnancy ...Read more
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