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Can a foetus be harmed by the mother eating a lot of sugar in her diet or will this only cause issues to the mothers health?

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If you are pregnant and your doctor has recommended that you get a glucose screening done, the reason behind it is to confirm that you and your baby are safe from gestational diabetes. It is estimated that around four percent of all pregnant women develop this condition, that is why doctors recommend pregnant women to go for a glucose screening between weeks 24 and 28 of their pregnancy. And if you are already diabetic, it is even more important for you to keep a check on your glucose levels during pregnancy.


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Eating more sugar doesnt make any harm to you as well as your baby. But sometimes glucose levels in your body fluctuates to a great extent. This condition may lead to gestational diabetes, which is diabetes during pregnancy. I hope this answer is helpful for you.

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whatever harms mother harms foetus too cos embryo uses the same blood as mother does

ans since high blood sugar is bad for mum so it is for embryo

even if whe has no high blood sugar thou whe eats lots of sugary foods its not good either for her nor for her foetus

generally sugar should be stopped as tabacco and im not sure about alcohol

sugar salt fats tabaco and kill u eventually

yes,yr darling sugar.

There's no god and u know it!!!

Eating more sugars will not harm mother as well as baby.

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