type two diabetes
I have been suffering from hypoglycemia and after giving birth to my first born,i have never got an attack again, why is it so?
I breast feed in the nights, mornings and evenings but my breasts piecec me so much, wt can i do about it
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should I continue breastfeeding? I am juvenile type 1 diabetes
I been a juvenile diabetes type 1 and I am a first new mom my baby is one month old and I had to get a C SECTION and early labor.
I been breastfeeding my baby since I gave birth should I continue breastfeeding?
Will that affect my baby getting diabetes as she's growing? Is there risk of her getting diabetes while I breastfeed?
Can Diabetes affect milk production?
Hello, I wanted to ask a question.
I've been type two diabetic, for about 4 years.
When I first found out I was pregnant, I was really stressed and due to my diabetes, I had to take insulin shots.
To top it off I had to have a c section because of some health complications, my complications not hers.
During my stay at the hospital, I was on magnesium and so was told not to breastfeed my baby, but I was still pumping.
To make a long story short my baby is now two months and the most milk I have produced is 1ml every two hours, I had to give her formula because it wasn't enough for her.
Can diabetes affect the production of milk?
Can you give your child diabetes by breastfeeding?
by Dayalan K
(Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.)
I have a question for you my fiance is having type 2 diabetes. We are going to get married in the next year. We both have been baby lovers. So can we get a child without any trouble in her health?
And if we get a baby after before/after birth, the diabetes will affect our baby?
My fiance keeps her blood sugar in normal level only as we need to give any precaution for her pregnancy?
Any medication needs to give for baby's health?
What are the foods good for baby health and mothers health during the pregnancy?
What is the physical exercise for normal delivery?
My fiance can feed her child regularly? And how long she has to give?
If she has a diabetes, means it would affect my child also? Please explain.
If it is possible means how to overcome from that?