Gestational diabetes develops during pregnancy and affects how cells use sugar. It is very rare for women with gestational diabetes to display any symptoms. Instead, WebMD asserts that most women learn they have this con... More »

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Pre-diabetes is a condition in which blood sugar is higher than normal but not high enough to be classified as Type 2 diabetes, according to Mayo Clinic. Without treatment, a pre-diabetic is likely to develop Type 2 diab... More »

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Type 2 diabetes is also known as insulin resistance; the body does not produce and use insulin fast enough to keep the glucose level in the blood at a normal level, states the American Diabetes Association. At first, the... More »

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A person can get a yeast infection from antibiotics, steroids, diabetes, pregnancy, a weak immune system, hormonal changes and allergic reactions, according to eMedicineHealth.com. Major diseases, such as leukemia or HIV... More »

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According to WebMD, symptoms of restless legs may be triggered by alcohol consumption, sleep deprivation, iron deficiency, diabetes, kidney failure and pregnancy. While the exact cause of restless legs are difficult to p... More »

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Common symptoms and signs of a pregnancy include morning or all-day sickness with nausea, exhaustion, sensitivity to scents, frequent urination and enlarged breasts, according to WebMD. Additional symptoms may include an... More »

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Deficiency of the methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase enzyme increases risks of psychiatric disorders, neural tube defects and high blood pressure during pregnancy, according to the National Institutes of Health. MTHFR d... More »