Gestational diabetes is a condition in which women without previously diagnosed diabetes have high blood sugar during pregnancy. This condition can lead to complications for mother and baby during pregnancy, and, if untreated, can also cause seizures, miscarriages and infant mortality at birth, thus as quoted from Health24.
Symptoms of gestational diabetes is not so clear, because it occurs only during pregnancy. However, symptoms that warrant concern are swollen hands and feet, poor blood circulation, or constantly feeling thirsty. Family history of diabetes can also increase your risk of diabetes.
Early detection is necessary, so that treatment can be promptly done. Good eating habits and a healthy lifestyle can bring many changes.
Food consumption is steamed and not so much starch (potatoes, bread and pasta). Perform also sports recommended by doctor on a regular basis. It can help you to control your health and the baby in the womb, and avoid Gestational diabetes.