Symptoms of High Blood Sugar During Pregnancy

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High blood sugar during a pregnancy can cause an increase in thirst and hunger, increased urination, a feeling of fatigue, nausea, vomiting and frequent infections. Discover why it's so important for pregnant women to watch their blood sugar with help from a nurse and respiratory care practitioner in this free video on symptoms of high blood sugar during pregnancy.

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Symptoms of high blood sugar in pregnancy. Will be an increase in thirst and hunger. Increased urination but of course this is common in certain parts of the pregnancy. There will also be a fatigue feeling of being very tired. Nausea and vomiting. Frequent infections especially those who are and sores and things that are infected that will not heal well or it takes a long time seeming like it's healing. These are very important issues when a woman is pregnant that the blood sugar is watched carefully, that there is prenatal care and that if you experiencing any of these symptoms or all of these symptoms that you discuss it with your OBGYN physician. But watch out also for vision blurring. And these are some of the things that you will see in high blood sugar in pregnancy with increased thirst and hunger and increased urination, fatigue, nausea and vomiting, frequent urination but especially when you have sores that don't heal.

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