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<p> What should clinicians keep in mind when providing family planning for women with diabetes? Not only are these women at increased risk of macrovascular complications, microvascular complications, and metabolic syndrome, but the reproductive health implications they face include effects on fertility, vaginitis, urinary tract infections, maternal risks, and neonatal risks, says Eleanor Bimla Schwarz, MD, MS, professor of medicine at the University of California, Davis.</p>

Identify Contraceptive Considerations For Female Patients Who Have Diabetes