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Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is a kind of diabetes that affects pregnant women who are not otherwise diabetic. Babies born to women with gestational diabetes are more likely to be big for gestational age, have low blood sugar and jaundice. But gestational diabetes can be controlled with regulated diet and physical activity.

Join our online group on gestational diabetes to learn more about the condition by asking your questions to the experts and meeting other women with gestational diabetes.

Giardiasis

Giardiasis is an infection of the small intestines by Giardia lamblia. It is one of the most common causes of diarrhea all over the world. The bacteria spreads through water contaminated by human and animal wastes containing it.

Learn more by joining our online group on giardiasis. Ask questions, get answers from experts, and share experiences.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a kind of eye problem in which high fluid pressure inside the eye damages the optic nerve, leading eventually to blindness. One of the first signs of glaucoma is loss of peripheral vision. People with diabetes and high blood pressure should check their eyes regularly for vision loss from glaucoma.

Join our online support group for people with glaucoma to meet others with the condition and talk to experts who can help.

Glomerulonephritis

Glomerulonephritis is a kidney disease characterized by inflammation of the glomeruli – the small blood vessels in the kidney. A kidney biopsy is necessary to know the type of glomerulonephritis, and treatment will differ based on this.

Join our glomerulonephritis support group to learn more about the disease.

Glomerulonephritis Types

Glomerulonephritis TypesGlomerulonephritis is a kidney disease characterized by inflammation of the glomeruli – the small blood vessels in the kidney. A kidney biopsy is necessary to know the type of glomerulonephritis, and treatment will differ based on this.

Join our glomerulonephritis support group to learn more about the disease.

Gonorrhea / Clap

Gonorrhea, or "Clap", is a very common sexually transmitted infection. Cause by the Neisseria gonorrhea bacterium, gonorrhea is spread during sexual intercourse and is most commonly found among younger people who have multiple sex partners. Mothers with gonorrhea can also be spread the disease to their child during birth.

Medindia’s support group provides you a wealth of information on this STD, its transmission and treatment.

Gout

Gout is strongly associated with obesity, hypertension, hyperlipidemia and diabetes. Here, the blood contains abnormally high levels of uric acid. It is characterized by recurring attacks of joint inflammation (arthritis), deposits of hard lumps of uric acid, decreased kidney function.

Guard yourself against gout. Learn several precautionary tips and lifestyle revamp measures at this support group for gout.

Grains

Grains make the foundation of good nutrition. The food guide pyramid shows that you need generous amounts of these foods each day to maintain health and prevent disease.

Reasons? Our support group will tell you why!




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