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Respiratory Distress Syndrome Other hormones involved in this effect are estrogen, progesterone, cortisol, maternal growth hormone, adrenaline etc. Effects on the fetus hyperglycemia: The mother and her unborn child are reported during pregnancy through the placenta and umbilical cord. These network structures of blood vessels allow the interaction between maternal and fetal blood, and through which they reach the baby oxygen and nutrients needed for their development through this route, the excess glucose that reaches the product originates in the changes in metabolism that make you respond by increasing the fetal production of insulin, this effect is called fetal hyperinsulinemia. This excess insulin in the fetus results in a series of injuries that set is called diabetic and are characterized by: Macrosomia: It is an overgrowth of all tissues (mainly fat), resulting, babies 4 kg or more weight at birth when this complication is detected timely resolution of pregnancy by childbirth can result in obstetric complications in the baby such as: the use of forceps, shoulder dislocation or sometimes broken collarbone. In these cases, Ceesarean section is preferred as a means of terminating pregnancy. Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS): E s inability to breathe, immaturity of the baby's lungs, which when present must be resolved by the baby intubation and administration of drugs that promote the production of the substance active tense ( Surfactant) needed for lung function. Excess insulin in the baby predisposes to hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) during the first 24 hours of life, especially if power is initiated promptly. Jaundice: E...