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Medical and Surgical Complications in Pregnancy

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All are seen in gestational dibetes except (LQ)



A Previous macrosomic baby

B Obesity

C Malformations

D Polyhydramnious

Ans. C

Malformations

Effects of OVERT Diabetes on Pregnancy:

1. Mother

a. Increased risk of preeclampsia and polyhydramnios

b. Higher risk of infection

c. PPH d. Operative delivery

2. Fetal Effects

a. Recurrent first trimester abortions

b. Congenital anomalies

c. Sudden IUFD at term

d. Macrosomia

e. Shoulder dystociA.

3. Neonatal effects:

a. Hyaline Membrane Disease/Respiratory Distress Syndrome

b. Hyperviscosity syndrome

c. Genetic transmission

d. Hypoglycemia/hypocalcemia

The complications of GESTATIONAL DIABETES are the same except abortions & congenital anomalies.

Gestational diabetes mostly develops at around 24-28 weeks & hence there is no risk of first trimester abortions & congenital anomalies in the fetus.

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