A Breakthrough For Diabetics That You Need To Know About!

Pregnancy can be a difficult time for women with diabetes. Managing blood glucose levels is made significantly harder by hormone fluctuations, and uncontrolled levels can lead to a variety of problems for both mother and baby. While this doesn’t mean women with diabetes shouldn’t get pregnant or will struggle with pregnancy, it does mean things could be a little more difficult.

However, an exciting medical precedent just occurred when a woman in England gave birth to a baby while using an artificial pancreas! You might be thinking to yourself that this has already been done, but the difference in the case of Catriona Finlayson-Wilkins is that her son was born naturally, rather than via a c-section.

This is exciting news not only for the medical community but for all people with diabetes. But the story doesn’t end there. Check it out!

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