11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m diabetic vth 10 week pregnancy.can I have normal delivery.My weight is also very high

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Answer: Hi dear, Normal delivery is definitely possible if your levels are in normal range through out pregnancy.i had a friend who delivered vaginally ,with sugar issues.she had taken a very good care through out her pregnancy.her diet ,lifestyle was diabetic friendly.In pregnancy,sugar fluctuations are common.and women tend to get gestational diabetes.it is due to hormones and lifestyle.hormones you can't control,directly.so change your lifestyle by altering something's in diet and exercise.you can include lot of fibre in diet,complex carbs like oats,brown rice,whole wheat,quinoa.avoid all sugary stuff,refined food items.eat clean home cooked food.including walking daily could be sufficient to bring your sugar level in range.
Answer: Hi it is too early to say anything it all depends upon the complications if any as you have high diabetic levels if the levels are under control then there should not be anything to worry but if you have diabetes many a times it leaves to Pritam delivery for you need to take lot of precautions monitor your sugar levels monitor your weight growth monitor baby's growth and all the factors will decide upon the of delivery
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