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SYMPTOMS OF GESTATIONAL DIABETES BY MATT TRAVERSO

Jul 1st 2014 at 9:51 PM

The symptoms of diabetes type 1 and 2 are similar in part:
•    Copious;
•    Extreme thirst;
•    Itchy skin;
•    Blurred vision;
•    Increased body weight - hormonal disturbance in this case triggers weight gain, not weight loss;
•    Osteoporosis - bone fragility;

Hypotonia muscle - muscle weakness expressed dysfunction of the peripheral nervous system, so probably numbness. In a laboratory analysis of fasting blood contains more than 5.5 mmol / L glucose.

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Symptoms of gestational diabetes - Gestational diabetes is diabetes, which occurs only in pregnant women in late pregnancy (after 22-24 weeks). A characteristic feature of the disease - before (pre-pregnancy), the patient did not arise cases increase in blood sugar. Occurrence of the disease associated with the activities of temporary body - the placenta. It highlights many hormones that block the action of its own insulin, resulting in increased levels of sugar in the blood of the mother.

The main symptoms of gestational diabetes - this thirst, frequent urination, rapid weight gain or obesity, loss of appetite, general weakness. Reveal elevated blood sugar expectant mother quickly as pregnant often have to pass various tests. Gestational diabetes can pass on their own after birth, but in some cases, women may manifest diabetes mellitus type 1 or 2, which had not made itself felt.

Complications of Diabetes - Unfortunately, even with the correction of blood sugar in diabetes type 1 or 2 are often complications arise. The patient may face:
•    Cataracts, blindness and other eye pathologies;
•    Heart and vascular disease;

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