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Diabetes in pregnancy can occur at any time in pregnancy, although it is more likely to occur the further along in pregnancy you are. At Rancho OB/GYN, our obstetricians take gestational diabetes very seriously and are experts in both diagnosing and treating it.
Our providers check every woman for diabetes in pregnancy in the late second or early third trimester. Most mothers who develop gestational diabetes deliver healthy babies. However, it is vitally important to get early prenatal screening and regular prenatal care.
If our obstetricians think you are at high risk for developing diabetes in pregnancy, they will test you for it at your first prenatal appointment as well.
If you live in the Temecula or Murrieta, CA area and think you are pregnant, please call our Rancho OBGyn office to schedule an appointment for your diabetes screen today because better health for both you and your baby starts here!
There are certain risk factors that increase the likelihood a woman will develop diabetes in pregnancy. These include:
Diabetes during pregnancy is a serious condition that can affect both your health and your baby’s health in the pregnancy.
Having regular prenatal check-ups and getting your diabetes screen done is very important to prevent this from happening.
If you have not yet been screened for gestational diabetes and live in the Murrieta or Temecula, CA area, make an appointment with our Rancho OBGyn office as soon as possible because better health starts here!
If you have been diagnosed with diabetes during your pregnancy, your baby is at higher risk for multiple problems during your pregnancy if you do not maintain control of your blood sugar levels.
Our obstetricians at Rancho OBGyn work closely with dieticians trained specifically in gestational diabetes and high risk providers who monitor your baby’s growth and development.
If you live in the Murrieta or Temecula, CA area and have been diagnosed with diabetes in pregnancy, our providers at Rancho OBGyn are here to help you take control of your gestational diabetes. Better health for you and your baby starts here!
Although it typically disappears once the baby is born, having diabetes in pregnancy puts you at risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in life.
This is why it is very important to have a provider you trust so that they can continue to work with you after pregnancy to prevent type 2 diabetes from occurring or help you diagnose your diabetes if you remain a diabetic after delivery.