Your gestational diabetes questions, answered

The Canadian guidelines recommend that all pregnant women be screened for gestational diabetes between 24 and 28 weeks gestation. However if a woman has additional risk factors for Type 2 diabetes such as a previous history of gestational diabetes, strong family history of Type 2 diabetes or overweight or obesity then it’s recommended that they…

Diabetes And Kidney Disease In Scarborough

This is always a joke, people ask me, “What is your problem?” I say, “Well, my problem, my problem is we are we are Number Two.” They say, “What is Number Two?” I say, “In the province the number one diabetes per capita is Brampton. Number Two is in Scarborough, but I don’t have to…

Diabetes Management & Nutrition Education in Richmond, KY

♪ [music] ♪ There are several types of diabetes. There is type 1 diabetes and that’s where our body doesn’t make enough of its own insulin and so those people are usually on insulin injections. There’s also type 2 diabetes. What causes that most often is maybe we’re overweight. We might have a family history…

Gestational Diabetes

Hello. My name is Dr. John Regan, and I’m the lead obstetrician in charge of the Opal Team at Monash Medical Centre Clayton. The Opal Team specialise in looking after women whose pregnancies are complicated with diabetes. You’re most likely watching this presentation either because you’ve been diagnosed with gestational diabetes or because you may…