There is no mild diabetes as u said, but some women who have the GTT with high results (not yet over the cut off) are at much higher risk of GD developing later in the pregnancy. You don't just have it or u don't. It develops. Some earlier, some later.
It was in reference to the person talking about the change in cut off limits, which has resulted in more women being diagnosed who previously wouldn't have. Just because you fall into the new limits, but previously wouldn't have been diagnosed doesn't mean you can take it any less seriously
I may question doc about 38w
I'm all for doing best thing for bubs so I guess I should look into it more but if it is for the best I guess I'll go with it
I'm not sure what your hospital's policy is but mine was 39 weeks. In most cases with everything looking good with mum and bub they should be willing to compromise with an induction date. But even then it is still solely your decision. They can not make you be induced.
The hospitals policy is 38 w but I'm not sure if that's for insulin or diet controlled. Will check that next app
Something that is annoying me......I've been reaching my targets during meals so I think I can control with diet but some fasting readings have been over target. Why is this?? How can I control fasting when all I do is sleep?
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