Elevated sugar levels during pregnancy can have health consequences for both mother and baby. Consistent monitoring of blood sugar levels and a low-carbohydrate diet protect against complications.
Pregnancy changes many things: the skin becomes softer, the hair fuller, the amount of blood increases, the pulse speeds up. And: The body cells absorb sugar from the blood more slowly. Nature has set it up so that the child is really well cared for.
However, some women are particularly at risk of their levels remaining permanently elevated: overweight mothers who gained weight quickly during pregnancy, older mothers, those who carry multiple children, have already had gestational diabetes or have diabetes in the family.
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