A study in Diabetologia found that women who had gestational diabetes during pregnancy remained at an elevated risk for type 2 diabetes after two decades, while an increased risk for type 1 diabetes was only seen for seven years. The findings, based on data from 391 women with GDM in pregnancy who were followed for 23 years, also revealed that those treated with insulin during pregnancy a had higher likelihood of developing either type 1 or type 2 diabetes, compared with those who didn't receive insulin.
Study: Higher T2D risk remains 2 decades after GDM
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