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What is gestational diabetes?
Gestational diabetes is mild diabetes that occurs in pregnancy and, for the most part, disappears again after birth. Gestational diabetes is only seen in 2-3% of pregnant women. The disease is typically found in the last part of pregnancy, where due to pregnancy there are many hormones in the body. These hormones cause insulin to work worse, and therefore more insulin needs to be produced. Some women can't do this and they develop gestational diabetes.