new study suggests that glyburide can be used for treating gestational diabetes

An important new study suggests that glyburide can be used for treating gestational diabetes.

Oral hypoglycemics are usually avoided during pregnancy...due to concerns about teratogenicity, excessive fetal growth, or hypoglycemia in the newborn.

But now there's evidence that glyburide compares favorably to using insulin for women with gestational diabetes.

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