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by Francene Frayer (2020-08-24)


In humans, a neural tube defect Diabetes Freedom Review can show up as an opening in the spinal cord or brain from the 3rd or 4th week of pregnancy... even before you know you are pregnant. Spina bifida is one example of what can occur when a teratogen capable of causing neural tube defects is in the same environment as the developing fetus. Anencephaly is another example; in this, the baby is born without a major portion of the brain, skull and scalp. This occurs when the head end of the neural tube does not close. This occurs between the 23rd and 26th day from conception... the result is the baby is born without a forebrain which is the largest part of the brain. The remaining brain tissue is often exposed, not being covered by any skull. The baby is usually deaf, blind and unconscious (often dies soon after birth), or is stillborn. Many factors can cause neural tube defects; diabetes is not the only one. For example, a folic acid deficiency is another reason, and this is why most prenatal supplements contain 800 mcg folic acid, not the usual 400 mcg. Obesity, arsenic exposure, drugs like methotrexate and even mold found in cornmeal can also cause these neural tube defects. So if you're female trying to get pregnant and have Type 2 diabetes, please do everything you can to eliminate it by losing weight and maintaining lower blood sugar levels. Many gynecologist advise diabetics, both Type 1 and Type 2 to make sure their blood sugar levels are in a healthy range 3 to 4 months before conception.

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