Study: Gestational diabetes risk can be seen years before pregnancy

05/26/2011 | Toronto Sun

A woman's risk of gestational diabetes can be predicted seven years prior to pregnancy, according to a study in the online issue of American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Experts said that high blood glucose levels, obesity and hypertension before pregnancy increases the risk of developing the disease.

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