Gestational Diabetes

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.

Gestational Diabetes and Your Baby's Gender: Is There a Link?

The gender of the baby you're carrying can increase your risk of developing gestational diabetes, according to one study.

Early Detection: Gestational Diabetes and Preeclampsia

Gestational diabetes and preeclampsia are among two of the reasons why regular prenatal visits are so important.

Gestational Diabetes: What You Need to Know

This pregnancy complication is more common than you might think. Learn what causes gestational diabetes, who's at risk for it, how it's detected, and what can be done to treat it.

4 High-Risk Pregnancy Conditions

How to have a healthy pregnancy and birth when you're diagnosed with complications like preterm labor, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes or placenta previa.

Weight Gain and Gestational Diabetes

Dr. Elizabeth Pryor answers the question, Could gaining weight during pregnancy lead to diabetes?

Pregnancy and Diabetes

The lowdown on different types of diabetes--and how diabetes during pregnancy could affect your baby.

Gestational Diabetes: Risk of Heart Disease Later?

Research shows that pregnant women who develop gestational diabetes may be more at risk of developing heart disease later in life.

Trying to Conceive? Put Down That Potato!

Eating more potatoes before pregnancy is linked to an increased risk for developing gestational diabetes in a new study.

Study: Early Puberty Linked to Gestational Diabetes Risk

When you got your first period may predict your risk for developing a potentially dangerous pregnancy condition.

The OMG Guide to Gestational Diabetes

If you're mortified about having this common pregnancy condition, deep breaths. We know you don't live on cookies! Ditch the guilt and focus on managing your gestational diabetes to have a healthy baby.