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Journal: Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IAJPS) (Vol.04, No. 09)

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Page : 2887-2889

Keywords : Pregnancy; diabetic patients; Control; treatment;

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Introduction: Pregnancy is a common and prevalent medical condition in the field of carbohydrate intolerance which affects the phenomenon of pregnancy and can lead to undesirable outcomes and high-risk childbirth and affect the mother and the fetus. The most important concerns are overgrowth of the fetus, maternal damage following fetal macrosomia, as well as other fetal and maternal complications, especially preeclampsia. Methods: In this review article, the databases Medline, Cochrane, Science Direct, and Google Scholar were thoroughly searched to identify the studies investigating Control and treatment of pregnancy diabetes. In this review, the papers published until early January 2017 that were conducted to study the Control and treatment of pregnancy diabetes in women were selected. In searching for the articles, those English papers were selected that had investigated Control and treatment of pregnancy diabetes. Results:. According to studies conducted in this area, nutritional interventions along with close monitoring of blood glucose levels are considered as a primary treatment option, and drug therapy will start in the event of a failure of dietary changes in controlling blood sugar levels. Discussion and conclusion: Along with global prevalence of obesity, lifestyle has led to an increase in the weight of pregnant mothers. Obese and overweight pregnant women are at higher risk for pregnancy complications, such as gestational diabetes. Treatment for patients with gestational diabetes provides an ideal context for implementing primary interventions to prevent type 2 diabetes. Key words: Pregnancy, diabetic patients, Control, treatment

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