Our Diabetes in Pregnancy Program is one of the country’s leading programs, serving expectant mothers who have diabetes before pregnancy and those who develop it during pregnancy. We provide complete, personalized care, addressing both your diabetes and your unique prenatal needs.

Our early intensive diabetes education and management helps you optimize your glycemic control to reduce risks, such as birth defects, miscarriage, pre-eclampsia and birth injuries. Beyond pregnancy, we address your health after delivery. And, of course, we work closely with your referring Ob/Gyn or medical endocrinologist throughout your pregnancy.

Our Services

Why Choose Ohio State?

Our specialists are national leaders in diabetes care and have the most experience in central Ohio caring for women with challenging-to-control diabetes. We help thousands of women have the healthiest and safest pregnancies possible. In addition to our highly qualified team of Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists, dietitians and nursing staff, our High-Risk Pregnancy Program nurses are solely dedicated to diabetes education.

Ohio State’s Diabetes in Pregnancy Program is one of the leading programs in the United States. Well-known for our cutting-edge work in diabetes research and education, our physicians have directed multiple clinical trials, authored numerous research papers, and informed nationwide best practices in managing diabetes in pregnancy.

Our Patients

We help women with diabetes have the healthiest pregnancy possible. Because most women with pre-existing diabetes know they’re at high-risk if they become pregnant, they typically come to us before or at the beginning of their pregnancy for co-managed care with their primary Ob/Gyn. Our group manages diabetes and the concurrent medical conditions associated with it, including hypertension, thyroid dysfunction and diseases of the eyes, heart and kidneys.

For those with gestational diabetes, we assist in managing diabetes during the final months of pregnancy with a personalized care plan, communicating our recommendations immediately to her primary obstetrician.

If you’re a woman with diabetes who is, or wishes to become pregnant, we can help. Your primary Ob/Gyn may continue to provide routine care throughout your pregnancy or you and your doctor may choose to transfer your pregnancy care (routine exams, delivery, postpartum checkups) to us.

Gestational Diabetes: Diagnosis and Treatment

How Diabetics Should Prepare Prior to Pregnancy

Treating Diabetes During Pregnancy

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