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Gestational Diabetes Quiz

Should you be concerned about gestational diabetes? The short answer: yes. Good care means a lot for your health and your baby's health. Test your knowledge about gestational diabetes.

1. Gestational diabetes is diabetes that occurs during which time period?




2. How many people get gestational diabetes?




3. Which of the following is considered a risk factor for gestational diabetes?




4. Gestational diabetes ALWAYS goes away after pregnancy.


5. Gestational Diabetes is caused by lack of insulin.


6. There are two approaches to testing for gestational diabetes if you are at high risk.


Note: This quiz was developed by OMHRC.



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