Washington • Developing diabetes during pregnancy isn't good for mother or baby, and it's a growing problem.
Now there's a push to change how women are tested for the disorder. But a government panel warns that would label a lot more women as diabetic that may not need to be.
Gestational diabetes can lead to large babies, C-sections and other problems. Doctors diagnose it in about 5 percent to 6 percent of pregnancies in the U.S.