Gestational Diabetes Treatment Online/In-person
- Get rid of Gestational Diabetes with quality treatment
- Treatment by top doctors whenever and wherever needed
- Affordable Online/In-person gestational diabetes/treatment session starting at 500Rs/per session
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Book Appointment or Video Consultation online with top diabetes doctors
Model Of Diabetes Mantra For Gestational Diabetes
We will provide a personalized plan created for each person based on the blood sugar and cholesterol level and identify the problem through different assessments, evaluations, etc.
DiabetesMantra tries to equip individuals to make changes in their diet by a step-wise method. We also try to train individuals with some skills to make a healthy plate for them.
Specialized Team of experts
We have a specialized team of dieticians who have done a lot of research on diabetes and diet management and successfully recovered a lot of patients with their high glucose level.
The world’s best diabetes clinic in your pocket
Our medical providers and health coaches are available on a near real-time basis through an easy-to-use mobile application. Our advancements in technology and data science enable expert care and personalized care plans for all of our patients.
How it Works?
Signup for Diabetes program
Just complete a simple 5-minute online application to check your eligibility for the program and enrol.
Meet your care team
We’ll connect you with a Diabetes specialist who will be available 24/7 to you via call or chat.
Connect to our app
Follow suggestions provided by the app and your coach to beat diabetes. Track your progress in the app
All About Gestational Diabetes
Gestational diabetes is a condition in which a pregnant woman develops higher sugar levels. Gestational diabetes may develop in women who did not have any type of diabetes before pregnancy. This type of diabetes is caused by the various types of hormones that are being secreted from the placenta. Some of these hormones increase the blood sugar level or the body’s insulin resistance. Whereas in some conditions mother’s pancreas cannot produce enough insulin, leading to a higher level of blood sugar.
Gestational diabetes disappears after the birth of the baby. However, it can cause some complications in pregnancy and the health of the mother and child before birth. And it increases the risk of developing diabetes in mother and child later in life.
Types of gestational diabetes– Gestational diabetes is of two types. Class A1 gestational diabetes can be controlled by diet and exercise. Whereas, Class A2 gestational diabetes needs insulin or other oral medications to be controlled.
Symptoms of Gestational Diabetes
Symptoms of this type of diabetes are similar to diabetes mellitus such as
Feeling more thirsty than usual.
Losing weight without trying.
Feeling tired and weak.
Irritated or having mood swings.
Having blurry vision.
Urinate (pee) a lot, often at night
Complications of Gestational diabetes in Pregnancy
If the blood sugar level is controlled then there is nothing to be worried about, but if it’s not that well-controlled then it can cause some complications in pregnancy like-
- An extra fat baby- In uncontrolled gestational diabetes, the sugar level of both mother’s and baby’s rises which can cause the baby to be extra-large.
- C-section delivery may be needed in a gestational diabetic mother, which will take longer for the mother to recover from childbirth.
- Other serious problems like hypoglycemia and preeclampsia can also occur if not watched closely.
Treatment of Gestational Diabetes
If you feel any symptoms of gestational diabetes, it is advised to consult a doctor as soon as possible for the health of yourself and the baby. The doctor will treat you according to your health condition. He/she may ask you to-
- Check ketones, chemicals that suggest uncontrolled diabetes by performing urine tests.
- Exercise to maintain your weight, but with precautions.
- Eat a balanced, healthy diet.
- Check your blood sugar levels within short intervals.
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Frequently Ask Questions
Yes, gestational diabetes is developed during pregnancy and disappears after childbirth. But it leaves the risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in life in both the mother and the child. Uncontrolled gestational diabetes causes a higher risk of developing other kinds of diabetes than controlled gestational diabetes. But if you take preventions, probably it won’t happen.
The most common risk factors of gestational diabetes are-
- Being overweight before pregnancy.
- Having prediabetes.
- Having health complications like PCOS, high cholesterol, heart diseases, etc.
- Have had gestational diabetes or an extra-large baby before.
- Family history of diabetes.
If you had gestational diabetes during pregnancy then the doctor will check the glucose level of the newborn. The signs and symptoms of gestational diabetes develop quickly in children. The child may suffer from jaundice in which skin looks pale but it will fade easily with treatment.
Diabetes can be treated effectively if diagnosed at the right and treated by a specialized doctor. You can treat diabetes by eating healthy, exercising regularly, regularly checking blood glucose levels and medicines, and insulin if needed.
Insulin is a natural pancreatic hormone that helps glucose or sugar to move into our cells from the bloodstream. Our body cells use this sugar for instant energy. In diabetes either the pancreas does not produce insulin or our body cells become resistant towards it, leading to too much sugar in our blood, while body cells are starving.
Through Diabetes Mantra you will be able to talk to our specialized Doctors. The Doctors will ask some basic questions about your lifestyle like your weight, diet, exercise routine, and other health issues. he/she will try to identify the cause of your diabetes and ask you to bring changes in your routine, take necessary medicines.
Many people find it more convenient as they don’t need to commute for their appointments. And in online treatment scheduling can be done easily and also, you can talk to your Doctors via chat or messenger at any time of the day.