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Question: what is the effect of diabeties of mother on baby

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Answer: If your baby is very large, you may have a more difficult delivery or need a cesarean section. Gestational diabetes can also cause some problems for your babyat birth, such as a low blood sugar level or jaundice (yellowish skin color). Neither of these problems is very serious
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    nakul agrawal1142 days ago

    please tell more about gestational diabetes

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