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Diabetes before, during and after pregnancy

Diabetes is the most common medical complication of pregnancy and its incidence is increasingly. It is also associated with adverse outcomes for both mother and baby. As part of its popular “At a Glance” series, Diabetes & Primary Care has published a factsheet on diabetes before, during and after pregnancy.

Diabetes is the most common medical complication of pregnancy and its incidence is increasingly. It is also associated with adverse outcomes for both mother and baby. As part of its popular “At a Glance” series, Diabetes & Primary Care has published a factsheet on diabetes before, during and after pregnancy.

Prepared for healthcare professionals in primary care, the factsheet looks at how to reduce adverse outcomes through pre-pregnancy management, provides essential information on gestational diabetes (including a summary of the NICE recommendations) and stresses the importance of post-pregnancy management.

To download the factsheet, click here.

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