21 May Pregnant MP Stella Creasy has told her unborn child to ‘hang on in there kid’ after being diagnosed with gestational diabetes
Pregnant MP Stella Creasy has told her unborn child to ‘hang on in there kid’ after being diagnosed with gestational diabetes.
The 44-year-old Labour & Co-op MP for Walthamstow, who’s heavily pregnant with her second child, shared that she’d been diagnosed with the condition to her 143,000 followers on on Monday.
Creasy, who has a two-year-old daughter, Hettie, posted a photo of a 4D image of the baby she’s expecting, KTM 4D ToTo hasil ramalan writing: ‘Hang on in there kid2 as am fighting my body as best I can for you – just keep smiling and KTM 4D ToTo hasil ramalan kicking me furiously late at night in the ribs to keep going…’
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The 44-year-old Labour & Co-op MP for Walthamstow, is expecting her second child in coming weeks.On Monday, she told her 143,000 followers on Twitter that she’s been diagnosed with gestational diabetes and urged her unborn baby to ‘hang on in there’
‘Kid2’: The KTM 4D STC photo of Ms Creasy’s second child in the womb shared to her Twitter account; she said she was ‘fighting my body as best I can for you’
She included the hashtag #gestationalDiabetes.The condition is a type of diabetes that affects some pregnant women, usually during their second or third trimester, when high levels of glucose (sugar) are detected in the blood.
It can affect people who didn’t have diabetes before their pregnancy and usually goes away after the birth.
It occurs when the hormones produced during pregnancy make it difficult for your body to use insulin properly, putting you at an increased risk of insulin resistance.
Ms Creasy, who’s thought to be expecting her second child in the next few weeks, made headlines in 2019 after she appeared in the House of Commons with her two-week-old baby daughter strapped to her chest in a baby sling.
Creasy pictured in Parliament in 2019, just weeks after the birth of her daughter Hettie – now two.In February this year, she helped change proposals made by the government that meant backbenchers would have to choose between leaving office or 83japan.com taking maternity leave
The MP had to swear in inside Parliament to acccess her maternity leave and to ensure her Walthamstow constituents still got her vote by proxy.
In February this year, Creasy told the government that she would be prepared to sue over legislation that potentially excluded backbench MPs from being allowed to take maternity leave.
She told the House that proposals made by the government treated maternity leave like a perk such as ‘having a company car’ rather than a human right.
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