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About women Diabetes

Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood sugar due to problems processing or producing insulin. Diabetes can affect people of any age, race, or sex. It can affect people with any lifestyle.
If you’re a woman with diabetes, you may experience many of the same symptoms as a man. However, some symptoms are unique to women. Understanding more about these symptoms will help you identify diabetes and get treatment early.
TYPES (Both Male & Female)
  • Type 1 – Insulin dependent(5%)
  • Type 2 – Non insulin dependent(95%)
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Symptoms unique to women Diabetes

These are the classic symptoms of an under-active thyroid—also called hypothyroidism.
Vaginal and oral yeast infections and vaginal thrush
Urinary infections
Female sexual dysfunction
Polycystic ovary syndrome

Pregnancy and type 1 and type 2 diabetes

Some women with diabetes wonder if pregnancy is safe. The good news is you can have a healthy pregnancy after being diagnosed with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. But it’s important to manage your condition before and during pregnancy to avoid complications.
If you’re planning to get pregnant, it’s best to get your blood glucose levels as close to your target range as possible before you get pregnant. Your target ranges when pregnant may be different from the ranges when you aren’t pregnant.
If you have diabetes and you’re pregnant or hoping to become pregnant, talk to your doctor about the best ways to manage your and your baby’s health. For instance, your blood glucose levels and general health need to be tracked before and during your pregnancy.
When you’re pregnant, blood glucose and ketones travel through the placenta to the baby. Babies require energy from glucose like you do. But babies are at risk for birth defects if your glucose levels are too high. Transferring high blood sugar to unborn babies puts them at risk for conditions that include:
Cognitive impairments
Developmental delays
High blood pressure

Risk factors for diabetes in women

Pre diabetes
Insulin resistance
Pcos induced
Obesity
Adrenal induced
Pregnancy induced diabetes
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