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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Enviromental and genetic factors play roles in pregnancy diabetes mellitus (PDM).
Scientists suspect that women with pregnancy diabetes trigger a change in their unborn baby's metabolism, causing the child to become fatter within weeks of birth.
Dr Fatema discussed in detail the types and reasons of diabetes including gestational and pregnancy diabetes and stressed that unless people change their life style, the situation would not be changed.
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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.
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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.
Another suggests that breastfeeding may act as a sort of "reset" button for metabolism after pregnancy, helping women with pregnancy diabetes to avoid becoming lifelong diabetics.
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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.