17 Replies to “Diabetes During Pregnancy: What is Gestational Diabetes?”

  1. Thank you for this! Wife has just been diagnosed with this so we’re a bit gobsmacked and stunned atm… this video put our minds st easy 😊🍻🇦🇺

  2. There are several ideas worth trying
    eat one meal per day made with bitter melon
    fresh mango leaves tea
    eat bitter gourd daily this contains an insulin type compound
    (I read these and why they work on Ralfs Remedy Method website )

  3. You will soon experience the overjoyed feeling like I did when I at last managed to get rid of diabetes within a few weeks, no matter what people say how challenging it could be to get over type 2 diabetes.

  4. just found out I have to be retested because my glucose test came back abnormal so I have to do the 3 hour process..made my day sad finding out this news…but I'm willing to do whatever for my twin girls to make sure they ok.

  5. Guys, Thanks for sharing that wonderful program…I’m extremely happy to report, my blood tests are now showing that I am completely free of diabetes. Saying thank you does not seem to be strong enough.

  6. I have helped manage my diabetes with bitter lemon as well as a few other things like cinnamon and diabno (check "diabno" on google for info). With these little additions to your diet it can be simple to get your sugar levels sorted…

  7. Is there anywhere to go online that I can ask q and a about this subject? My daughter was just diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes she is aprox 41/2-5 months into her pregnancy, she has a lower income and I am not too sure that she may be getting the best advice as well as foods that she needs. Also she is having an RH Factor issue as well that ik she has had shots for. any advice would be helpful. tyia

  8. This video is very informative. It explains how gestational diabetes develops in a very simple way, and it give one key way to prevent it (maintain a healthy diet). As a future midwife, this video is a good reference for me to use when it comes to teaching my future patients.

  9. Warning: Don't take Glyburide for gestational diabetes. Glyburide is counter-indicated (not recommended) by the FDA for pregnancy unless absolutely necessary, due to some adverse effects in rats, plus the possible side-effect of neonatal hypoglycemia. Insulin is 100% safe for pregnancy, however, so it's a much better option. Please do your own research.

  10. thank you so much for the info, any suggestions on high protein snacks other than hummus and peanut butter? I mostly eat nuts.

  11. @24piciana
    I failed the 1 hour glucose tolerance test, and they did not even bother to do another test, I was sent to a diabetic clinic and monitor my blood sugar level each day. So far I am able to control my blood sugar level with diet. good luck hope everything is ok with u.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *