Gestational diabetes group

The group will provide you with guidance on how to treat gestational diabetes.

Gestational diabetes is a disruption in the body's sugar metabolism that occurs for the first time during pregnancy and usually disappears after delivery. Almost all pregnant mothers are screened for gestational diabetes at the maternity clinic using a glucose tolerance test.

If you are diagnosed with gestational diabetes, the nurse will refer you to a gestational diabetes group. In the group, you will learn how to measure your blood sugar and adjust your diet.

Participation in the group is free of charge.

Use the online service


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Ask in the chat

Chatt (Sotebotti Hester)

Open Mon-Fri 08-14

Call us

The centralised maternity and child health clinic telephone service (The call-back service is available 8.00-16.00)


During the summer period from 17 June to 11 August the maternity and child health clinics' chat service and telephone service will be open on weekdays between 8.00 and 12.00.

Open Mon-Fri 08-14
Call charge: standard telephone charges apply