During your second trimester, you'll likely take a routine test for gestational diabetes - a condition that can develop during pregnancy. Here you'll learn all about treatments, risks, and what you can expect if you are diagnosed with gestational diabetes.
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Find the answers to all your questions about gestational diabetes.