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Women's Diabetes Center

Diabetic women must take special precautions before becoming pregnant, and they must be vigilant to avoid diabetes-related conditions, such as yeast infections, preeclampsia (high blood pressure and swelling during pregnancy) and mastopathy (lumps in the breast). Women who are not diabetic can develop gestational diabetes, high blood sugar that may occur in any pregnant woman.

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