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 Can diabetes be detected prenatally?

Answer Sometimes genetic screening can be used to detect susceptibility. As a nursing student I have not heard anything about being able to diagnose diabetes prenatally.
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I am fifty and have just been diagnosed with diabetes. I've attended diabetes class and it scared me. If I am?

Yes. You can live a normal ,healthy life if you control the diabetes.
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Could anyone explain just how losing weight helps diabetes since not everyone who has diabetes is overweight?

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