According to 2017 statistics, 19 to 44% of women suffer from hypoglycemia while pregnant.
So what is hypoglycemia?
If you have hypoglycemia, your blood sugar may drop below 70mg/dL. Your doctor would usually monitor you during pregnancy but it pays to know about the various symptoms of low glucose.
Some signs of hypoglycemia are sweating profusely, dizziness, shortness of breath, extreme hunger pangs, and nausea.
If not treated properly on time, hypoglycemia can even lead to death. Therefore, look out for the symptoms of low blood sugar and seek immediate help in an emergency.