There is a small risk (8-9%) of the baby one day developing diabetes, and it wouldn't be enough of a concern for you to not try and have children. Type 1 as opposed to Type 2 doesn't have a very strong genetic risk in terms of passing the genes on. There are no tests that one can do beforehand or during pregnancy, or any diets that have been shown to reduce the risk. From your side, as the mother, maintaining a good pregnancy weight, as opposed to excessive weight gain, will help reduce risk
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