What is gestational diabetes?
Gestational diabetes is a form of condition that is first diagnosed during pregnancy and is characterized by high blood sugar that can adversely affect the health of the pregnancy and the baby.
Pregnant women have high blood sugar levels during pregnancy, even if they weren’t previously diabetic, commonly referred to as gestational diabetes. With proper management, it may improve and subside after childbirth. Here’s what her Dr. Roma Sinha from Apollo Hospital has to say about the condition, its symptoms and treatment options.