having diabetes while trying to conceive

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having diabetes while trying to conceive
hi,i am 30 years old, my hubby and i have been trying to add another baby into our family.three months ago i went to the doctor and i went through some test and i found out i was diabetic.i am under medication but i am still concerned if i end up getting pregnant will it affect me and my baby . 1 ellieholmes69
7/13/2017
hi there i am so sorry about that and i urge you to be strong to some extent it might affect your pregnancy but i advice you to look further into it and get more treatment. 2 clairebennet96
7/14/2017
hello dear am so sorry about that,i would advice you to talk to your doctor and find out more about that 3 georginagilbert
7/15/2017
hi , keep on fighting . do not concede so easily there must be solutions out there cause there are so many out there facing this and more . keep on and have faith theres a solution out there 4 melaniebuns
7/18/2017
Hello there. Diabetes can affect the mother and the baby if the mother doesn't take the recommendations. Don't worry, you can have a healthy baby. Diabetes is not an infertility problem, but you should be careful. Go to a doctor and take more test. Keep a good diet and if you can't get pregnant, ask for fertility treatments. Fertility drugs can accelerate the procedure. But first, take care of your new condition. xx 5 emiraven1
7/23/2017
The first thing to do is to go to a specialist doctor. There you will take a series of exams. Depending on the outcome, they will choose the best fertility treatment for you. So that you can have a healthy pregnancy. Along with beautiful and healthy baby. Diabetes produces hormonal changes, which often cause menarche (delayed menstrual period), as well as the acceleration in the onset of menopause, which generates a shortening in the fertility cycle. Glucose levels should be regulated. Since this affects the endocrine system. This is why it is essential to regulate sugar levels, before entering a hormonal treatment, which will not affect the intake of other drugs. Good luck. My best wishes for you. 6 nickalawad
7/23/2017
You need to be careful. Diabetes can affect the baby. In some cases, it causes birth defects. However, the risk can be reduced considerably by seeking a treatment. What did that doc (who from your tests discovered that you have diabetes) say? Did you tell him that you are pregnant? Your age is good and I hope that you are able to give birth to a healthy child. 7 Matthews
11/12/2017
Hey girl. I am sorry for your disease. I wish why we all can’t just live a healthy life? There should be no diseases. Anyhow, I don’t think that diabetes would affect your pregnancy. You need to be extra careful. You must discuss it with your doctor to have a better insight of your current situation. 8 Chiseler
11/12/2017
Hi everyone! I hope everyone is doing great and I hope that I am also treated as a family here as other women. My friend recommended me this forum as she knows that I was very stressed and want to just spit out every depressing thing in my mind. I couldn’t do so with my family and friends because I was very upset and shy. i was thinking for a long time to share my problem via this forum. i know all of you know how it is important to have a complete family. i was in deep sorrow because of having no children after marriage. I could not have been able to recover myself from my grief and this upset condition if my husband had not supported from the time I was diagnosed that i can't be a mother. he took me to different doctors to cure the problems. actually i had some serious infections in my body which created many hurdles to for me to give birth to a baby. my husband truly loves me a lot and always tries to take good care of me. I feel very luck on this side. He has never said something harsh to me related to my disease or about not being able to have babies. My life is his first priority. Well I am looking for the surrogacy procedure. I hope I get to make a decision soon. Earlier I was thinking of adaptation but my husband refused it. I hope he does not refuse for surrogacy as it is a safe procedure to have your own children. 9 talinda4
12/31/2017
My mane is Cristina. I am 31 years old. My colleague advised me to join this forum. she also found it very useful at the time when she was also facing problem related to infertility. Because she had some major disease in her body. She now has a beautiful baby with the help of surrogacy. She has gone through this process with the help of “BioTexCom”. And now she is living a healthy life as well. She suggested me to contact that clinic and tell them your problem.i searched for their website and contact them. The way team BioTexCom treated was much appreciated. I finalized my decision and went for surrogacy. Now I have a complete and healthy family. I would definitely suggest you to cure your problem by following their procedure. Much love. 10 cristina4
1/1/2018
My mane is Cristina. I am 31 years old. My colleague advised me to join this forum. she also found it very useful at the time when she was also facing problem related to infertility. Because she had some major disease in her body. She now has a beautiful baby with the help of surrogacy. She has gone through this process with the help of “BioTexCom”. And now she is living a healthy life as well. She suggested me to contact that clinic and tell them your problem.i searched for their website and contact them. The way team BioTexCom treated was much appreciated. I finalized my decision and went for surrogacy. Now I have a complete and healthy family. I would definitely suggest you to cure your problem by following their procedure. Much love. 11 cristina4
1/1/2018
Hello there. Hope you are fine. I am sorry to read about your diabetic issue. As far as I am aware many hospitals keep babies of mothers with diabetes under observation for several hours subsequent to birth. If you frequently have high blood sugar levels while you are pregnant and particularly in the 24 hours earlier than delivery, your baby may get perilously low blood sugar after they are born. Their insulin is based on your high sugar, and when it's abruptly taken away, their blood sugar echelon drops rapidly and they will require glucose to maintain that level. Keep consulting your doctor on regular basis. If you feel anything wrong; do not take it lightly. If good care is taken; things will go smoothly otherwise; there might be some complication, God Forbid. All the best wishes. Nancy!! 12 Nancy
1/21/2018

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having diabetes while trying to conceive