A recent study found that women who were expecting twins had about 2 times the risk of gestational diabetes as women expecting one baby.
The good news is that gestational diabetes is treatable, and you can still have healthy babies. Once you deliver, the diabetes will most likely go away, though you will need to keep an eye on your blood sugar.
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