Gestational diabetes is not hereditary in that sense. If you have a daughter then she would have a slightly increased chance of developing gestational diabetes when she has a baby. Answer I developed gestational diabetes while pregnant w/ my now 15 yr old son.It went into" hiding" only to return again in my 2nd pregnancy with my now 11yr old son.Then again it went so called "AWAY" only to return a year after his birth. I have now been a type 1 diabetic for 11yrs...... gestational diabetes is a" warning sign" that within the next 10 yrs you are likely to become a diabetic.Great attention must be taken to your diet NOW if you want to try and prevent yourself from becoming permanently diabetic in the future. As for your daughter becoming a diabetic, they claim that if one or more immediate parents have diabetes your risk factor is high. I have both my son's Hemoglobin A1C and fasting blood sugar levels checked routinely, yearly through their blood work as a precaution hope this helps.........
All pregnant women have a routine urinalysis done. If a pregnant woman is not processing glucose well, it will "spill" into her urine from the bloodstream. The possible results, as determined by a test strip, are:trace amount1+2+3+The "trace" amount means there is a small (tiny) amount of glucose in the urine (NOT in the vagina). This happens to many pregnant women and is usually nothing to worry about BUT it indicates the woman needs monitored closely for the possibility of developing pregnancy-related problems with processing glucose. This is called Gestational Diabetes because it is brought on by the demands of the pregnancy. Normally, Gestational Diabetes reverts to normal after the baby is born. But high blood glucose is not good for the fetus or mother so the doctor will watch that the "trace" amount in the urine continues to stay low. If the result becomes higher, the doctor may need to treat the mother for Diabetes during the pregnancy. But again, Gestational Diabetes usually fixes itself after delivery; it usually does not develop into chronic Type 2 Adult Onset Diabetes.Just make sure your doctor plans to continue testing either your urine or blood for your glucose level. Ask if they plan to do an A1C (A one C) blood test as well.
It all depends on what went wrong in your pregnancy.
If your fallopian tubes were cut and tied, there is no way you can get pregnant. If you experienced an ectopic pregnancy and did not have your tubes tied again, there is the possibility that you could again get pregnant.
Not unless pregnant again.
31 days. and they can get pregnant again immeadiately after.
If a woman is 3 mos pregnant no she will not be ovulating, if the pregnancy was terminated or miscarried yes she would be ovulating again.
Yes, if you're pregnant again
Chances of pregnancy decrease if you get another bacterial infection.
Contaception does not eliminate a pregnancy in any way; it also does not prevent you from getting pregnant again. Once you are pregnant, that it it. So unless you are trying to prevent getting and STD, contraception isn't necessary. You can get rid of the pregnancy by using them and you cannot get pregnancy again so they are in no way helpful.
Nobody has that answer. Each pregnancy is different.
It means a teenager who already has a baby, so they are not pregnant unless they became pregnant again.
Nothing. A woman who is already pregnant can not become pregnant again before the current pregnancy resolves.
...you're obviously not going to get pregnant again..
I would say you are pregnant again. It is easier ro get pregnant right after a miscarriage. I would go see a doctor to confirm the pregnancy as soon as possible
As soon as you start having periods again, yes. It's a myth that breast-feeding prevents pregnancy - it doesn't
It's the pregnancy that did that and unless you are willing to have surgery or get pregnant again, you can not.
Yes. Go to a drug store. Buy a Home Pregnancy Test. Use the test.
It's different for everyone. Generally, after a pregnancy you are very fertile. For some people though, they do struggle to get pregnant again.
If you really had a miscarriage, you can't still be pregnant, but you could be pregnant again before you get your next period.
I had an ectopic pregnancy back in December of 2008 and now i found out i am pregnant again...i am absolutely terrified because im having pains in my left side again, (i never had the tube removed they just gave me methotrexate). Its been almost a year and when i would menstrate that side would hurt all over again too. Could this be a normal pregnancy?
then try another one, if it comes up negiative again , ur not pregnant
Not really. They'll get smaller than when you were pregnant. But will never be quite the same again. Not really. They'll get smaller than when you were pregnant. But will never be quite the same again.
It is safe yes, but you need to see your doctor as soon as you suspect pregnancy.