Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

In about 50% of women, GDM is reversible after pregnancy and does not inevitably evolve to type 2 diabetes. Asymptomatic type 1 or 2 diabetes or LADA existing before pregnancy may become clinical and irreversible. Women with no prior evidence of diabetes may demonstrate their type 2 diabetic gene during pregnancy and either remain diabetic postpartum or experience a long, normal latent period before the gene is expressed again. The expected conversion rate of women with GDM to type 2 diabetes after pregnancy can be reduced with therapeutic lifestyle changes.

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