Women with a very preterm birth or with macrosomia may be at increased risk for type 2 diabetes mellitus.
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Screening for gestational diabetes at or after 24 weeks of gestation has moderate net benefit to improve maternal and fetal outcomes
Behavioral counseling interventions aimed at promoting healthy gestational weight gain have moderate net benefit
GDM screening recommended at or after, but not before, 24 weeks of gestation in asymptomatic pregnant individuals
Frequency of primary outcome was 27.6 and 23.4 percent in glyburide and insulin groups, respectively
Diagnosis of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) early in pregnancy remains associated with poorer pregnancy outcomes, according to a study published online in Diabetes Care.
For some obese women, gestational weight gain (GWG) below that recommended in the current guidelines may be advised to reduce the risk of certain adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Primary cesarean delivery rates can be safely reduced by implementing various interventions, according to an ACOG consensus statement.
The odds of cesarean delivery were lower among women with elective induction across all gestational ages and parity compared with expectant management.