Immature Neonatal Diabetes:
Low birth weight babies are at higher risk of developing diabetes. Scientists have found such signs long ago through research. But not just lightweight, even babies born prematurely are at such risk; recent research has revealed that. Recently, a scientist at the Diabetes Journal of the Carolina Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, came to this conclusion after describing the births of different children from 1925 to 1949 and subsequently monitoring their physical condition.
Dr. Meghna is the leader of the team of scientists, loss of the health of the unborn fetus as a cause of diabetes in a low birth weight baby, and immaturity has blamed two things.
Their research has shown, about 67 percent of babies born before 32 weeks are at risk of developing diabetes. And 76 percent of low birth weight babies are at risk of developing diabetes.
That is why the mother should be aware of your unborn child and your health.