6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 5weeks 5 days pregnant. I am pre diabetic before pregnancy.Now i am pregnant. I want to prevent gestational diabetes before it hits me

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Answer: Eat less of sugary foods and put on less kgs in initial 4-5 months of pregnancy.. it may help to prevent gestational diabetes
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