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Percentage of new U.S. mothers with diabetes in 2016, by age

Prevalence of diabetes among women with a live birth in 2016, by age

by John Elflein, last edited Nov 23, 2018
Percentage of new U.S. mothers with diabetes in 2016, by age This statistic depicts the percentage of women with a live birth in 2016 that had either preexisting diabetes or gestational diabetes. According to the data, in total six percent of women who had a live birth that year had gestational diabetes.
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Prevalence of diabetes among women with a live birth in 2016, by age

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