subclinical diabetes

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sub·clin·i·cal di·a·be·tes

a form of diabetes mellitus that is clinically evident only under certain circumstances, such as pregnancy or extreme stress; people so afflicted may, in time, manifest more severe forms of the disease. Term declared obsolete by American Diabetes Association.

subclinical diabetes

sub·clin·i·cal di·a·be·tes

(sŭb-klin'i-kăl dī'ă-bē'tēz)
A form of diabetes mellitus that is clinically evident only under certain circumstances, such as pregnancy or extreme stress; those so afflicted may, in time, manifest more severe forms of the disease.

sub·clin·i·cal di·a·be·tes

(sŭb-klin'i-kăl dī'ă-bē'tēz)
Diabetes mellitus clinically evident only under certain circumstances, such as pregnancy or extreme stress. Term declared obsolete by American Diabetes Association.
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Pregnancy Diabetes is the condition in which the level of glucose increases in pregnant women's blood and symptoms of Diabetes appear in the body [1].
The population in study is women suffering from pregnancy diabetes who are admitted in Tohid hospital during 91-92 in diabetes clinic.
The service includes a wide range of channels, that differ in content and serves different customers needs called Your Health channels which is a monthly SMS and MMS subscription in both Arabic and English that provides information and preventive knowledge about children s diabetes and pregnancy diabetes.
The complications included gestational or pregnancy diabetes, hypertensive (or high blood pressure-related) disorders of pregnancy (also known as preeclampsia), preterm delivery, and size of babies at birth (top and bottom 10 percent in weight).
The women in the study had not experienced a CVD event, so the researchers couldn't determine whether preeclampsia and/or pregnancy diabetes have separate, independent effects on future CVD risk.
The person referring after a confirmation of pregnancy diabetes is the LMC midwife who has the ongoing care of the woman till six weeks postpartum.
PREGNANCY: An obese mother runs a high risk of miscarriage, pre-eclampsia, high blood pressure and developing pregnancy diabetes.
Diabetes during pregnancy: Overweight women are more likely to develop pregnancy diabetes which can lead to pregnancy, labour and delivery problems.
I had pregnancy diabetes with my little girl, though it disappeared after the birth.