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Diabetes increases the risk of developmental abnormalities

Diabetes increases the risk of developmental abnormalities


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The risk of congenital anomalies is increased by a factor of four if a woman with diabetes is diabetic - British researchers report the BBC's website (www.bbc.co.uk).

The study, published in the journal Diabetologia, analyzed data from more than 400,000 pregnancies between 1996 and 2008 at the University of Newcastle.
The vizsgбlatban 1677 vбrandуs nх was you have already terhessйge elхtt diabetes, this kцrben vetнtve 1000 szьlйsre 72 baby jцtt szьletйsi vilбgra hibбval (pйldбul szнvhibбval or velхcsхzбrуdбsi rendellenessйggel) mнg their kцzцtt, akiknйl not бllapнtottak at elхzetesen diabйteszt, this arбny thousand terhessйgbхl 19 abnormal case volt.
As researcher Ruth Bell pointed out, most abnormalities occur between the fourth and sixth week of pregnancy, so women in particular need to be given a high priority to control their blood sugar levels.



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