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A translated NDSS fact sheet that advises women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes on the best preparation for a healthy pregnancy before falling pregnant. It advises on contraception, planning for pregnancy, being pregnant with diabetes and unplanned pregnancy. It also includes a pregnancy planning checklist.
01 Nov 2018... The Making Healthy Food Choices Guide includes photographs and images of hundreds of different foods to help you understand how healthy eating will help you manage your diabetes.Each guide contains culturally specific foods and includes the English description and translation on the same page.
01 Jan 2015... This translated fact sheet contains information for pregnant women who have diabetes. It addresses questions covering how a mother's diabetes can affect the baby before birth, whether there is a risk of complications during birth, and how it will potentially affect the baby after birth.
01 Oct 2018... This translated bilingual talking book provides information about type 2 diabetes in an audible form as well as text. It covers topics such as nutrition, exercise and activity, care of the body, monitoring blood sugar levels, medication, complications, sick days, diabetes and travel and diabetes and driving.
This translated document provides information informing individuals with diabetes about the considerations and risks surrounding alcohol consumption. It briefly explains some facts to be aware of, specific risks for those taking tablets or insulin, and also basic guidelines if the individual wishes to drink alcohol.
01 Feb 2019... This translated fact sheet provides information on diabetes-related complications including the most common complications and tips to maintain good health. It emphasises the importance of long-term care when living with diabetes and also stresses that well managed diabetes reduces the risk of diabetes-related complications.
01 Aug 2021... A Diabetes Emergency Plan helps you to self-manage your diabetes before, during and after an emergency. Planning ahead reduces the risk of diabetes-related infections and life-threatening situations. This plan also lists important things to put in a Diabetes Emergency Kit to help you survive.
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