Diabetes mellitus is a disease in which the body does not produce enough insulin or does not use it properly. Insulin is a hormone needed to convert sugar, starch and other foods into the energy we need for our daily lives.
Some factors that increase the likelihood of getting diabetes include:
Over 45 years of age
Poor eating habits.
High cholesterol and triglycerides
Need to urinate more often than usual
Unexplained weight loss
Numbness of hands and feet
Slowly healing wounds
Fatigue or weakness
In addition to a physical examination and a study of the patient's medical history, afasting blood glucose test is necessary.
Can I have a baby if I have diabetes?
Treatment of diabetes is usually sufficient to restore fertility, which includes a healthy diet and regular exercise, as well as certain medications.
Come to our reproduction specialists and find the best alternative to have a baby at home.