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History of Gestational Diabetes

History of Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is diabetes that is found for the first time when a woman is pregnant. If you had gestational diabetes when you were pregnant, you and your child from that pregnancy have a lifelong risk for developing diabetes, a serious disease that can lead to health problems such as heart disease, blindness, kidney disease and amputations. The good news is there are steps you can take to prevent or delay diabetes and lower that risk for yourself and your child.

History of Gestational Diabetes

 
Sandra's Story: Preventing Diabetes with a History of GDM

Sandra's Story: Preventing Diabetes with a History of GDM

Share Sandra’s story to help people make lifestyle changes to prevent diabetes. Sandra was diagnosed with gestational diabetes when she was pregnant with her son. Today, she works hard to prevent type 2 diabetes in herself and her son.

Sandra's Story: Preventing Diabetes with a History of GDM

 
Holly's Story: Preventing Diabetes with a History of GDM

Holly's Story: Preventing Diabetes with a History of GDM

Share Holly’s story to help people make lifestyle changes to prevent diabetes. Holly was diagnosed with gestational diabetes during her first pregnancy. Today, she works hard to prevent type 2 diabetes by taking daily walks with her children and replacing snack cakes with fresh fruit.

Holly's Story: Preventing Diabetes with a History of GDM

 
Diabetes Risk After Gestational Diabetes Fact Sheet

Diabetes Risk After Gestational Diabetes Fact Sheet

Facts about diabetes and women whom have had diabetes during pregnancy. 

Type 2 Diabetes Risk After Gestational Diabetes Fact Sheet

 
New Moms Can Prevent Diabetes by Keeping Up Healthy Habits

New Moms Can Prevent Diabetes by Keeping Up Healthy Habits

Some women get diabetes when they are pregnant. Doctors call this gestational (jes-TAY-shun-al) diabetes. Most of the time, it goes away after your baby is born. Even if the diabetes goes away after your baby is born, you still have a greater chance of developing type 2 diabetes later in life, and your child from that pregnancy may have a greater chance of being obese and getting type 2 diabetes.

But there is good news. You can take steps to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes and keep your child from that pregnancy healthy.

New Moms Can Prevent Diabetes by Keeping Up Healthy Habits

New Moms Can Prevent Diabetes by Keeping Up Healthy Habits (Spanish)

 
Nunca es muy temprano para prevenir la diabetes tipo 2: Información para usted y su familia

Nunca es muy temprano para prevenir la diabetes tipo 2: Información para usted y su familia

Learn more about gestational diabetes. Article written in Spanish.

Nunca es muy temprano para prevenir la diabetes tipo 2: Información para usted y su familia

 
Know Your Risk | Gestational Diabetes Web Banner

Know Your Risk | Gestational Diabetes Web Banner

Post this banner on your website or blog and link to www.yourdiabetesinfo.org/am-i-at-risk/gdm/

Know Your Risk Gestational Diabetes Web Button

 
Sorcy - Managing Diabetes Full-Page Print PSA

Sorcy - Managing Diabetes Full-Page Print PSA

Sorcy had gestational diabetes when she was pregnant and was later diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Today, she works hard to manage her disease. Sorcy's print PSA has the message: "Managing diabetes. It's not easy, but it's worth it."

Encourage publications to use this print PSA to help people with diabetes make a plan to prevent diabetes complications. Use the template cover letter to reach out to Public Service Directors at your local publications.

Sorcy - Managing Diabetes Full-Page Print PSA

National Diabetes Month Print PSA Template Cover Letter

 
Sorcy - Managing Diabetes Poster

Sorcy - Managing Diabetes Poster

Sorcy had gestational diabetes when she was pregnant and was later diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Today, she works hard to manage her disease. Sorcy's print PSA has the message: "Managing diabetes. It's not easy, but it's worth it."

Display this poster where people with diabetes will see it.

Sorcy - Managing Diabetes Poster

 
Diabetes HealthSense Health Care Professional Feature Article

Diabetes HealthSense Health Care Professional Feature Article

Share this article to help spread the word about Diabetes HealthSense, NDEP's online library of resources for living well.

Diabetes HealthSense Health Care Professional Feature Article

 
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