Only see your Ob/Gyn? Women’s Cardiovascular Center Director Leslie Cho, MD, explains why you might want to rethink your health strategy.
Gaining too much weight during pregnancy can increase the risk of diabetes for you and your baby. Here’s what to know about a healthy gain and losing weight after baby’s birth.
If you have gestational diabetes, there are things you can do to help control your blood sugar levels to ensure a healthy pregnancy — and baby. Find out more.
There are steps you can take when you’re pregnant to help control blood sugar levels and ensure a healthy pregnancy. Find out more about how to avoid gestational diabetes.
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While it might be fun to compare your changing body with other expecting mothers, it’s important to know that what you look like on the outside cannot determinethe state of the growing fetus on the inside.
If you’re diagnosed with prediabetes, making lifestyle changes can prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes. Find out who’s most at risk for this serious condition and get tips on adopting a healthier diet a more active lifestyle.
If you are 35 or older and concerned about risks associated with pregnancy, experts say there are various factors to consider besides your age. Although many studies report increased risks in pregnancies in women over the age 35, Dr. Perni says, there’s nothing magic about the number 35, says obstetrician/gynecologist Uma Perni, MD. “Some risks do … Read More
The term “high-risk pregnancy” sounds frightening. But the good news is that healthy behaviors and early testing can help you stay out in front of problems with your pregnancy. You actually have a chance to reduce some of those “high risks.” A high-risk pregnancy usually has at least one out of these issues: A disease the mother already … Read More
With so many Americans at risk for diabetes, it’s critical to understand the countless ways it can affect the body. Much like brushing your teeth to avoid cavities, keeping your blood sugar levels in a safe range can help you avoid potentially devastating diabetic complications. Here’s what you should know: