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    They aren't ringing back so can't be too concerned

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    I'm getting the same thing. My levels have been increased regularly for the past 9wks, and are always over 6 or over 7. This past week they were all under 5, first time I haven't needed an increase. I'd say as long as they are within the range you should be ok.

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    I really don't feel confident in my educator. I'm the second GD case she's ever had that needed insulin and she doesn't seem sure of herself at all. And there is stuff all info on the internet.

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    Ok, apparently at this late stage what is happening may not be linked to the placenta. I have to go into hospital if I have any further concerns (eg movement etc) for monitoring etc but other than that, this can happen

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    How is everyone going? Good luck over xmas, I hope you get to enjoy some normal peoples food without crazy levels xx

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    Ladies! How are you all I'm now 38+5 and am booked in for a VBAC induction on Saturday!!!!! Really nervous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kleep81 View Post
    Ladies! How are you all I'm now 38+5 and am booked in for a VBAC induction on Saturday!!!!! Really nervous!
    Good luck! How exciting.

    I'm doing ok. Dd is 9days old and is perfect so far. We spent a week in and out if hospital. We got out then I had to go back because I got a nasty infection. Hopefully on the mend now though.

    In so glad to be rid of the glucometer and insulin. I'm finding it hard to go back to eating normal though. I still worry about what im eating and feel bad if I have a chocolate or piece of cake ect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    Good luck! How exciting.

    I'm doing ok. Dd is 9days old and is perfect so far. We spent a week in and out if hospital. We got out then I had to go back because I got a nasty infection. Hopefully on the mend now though.

    In so glad to be rid of the glucometer and insulin. I'm finding it hard to go back to eating normal though. I still worry about what im eating and feel bad if I have a chocolate or piece of cake ect.
    Not good re the infection! I hope things are better for you now I know what you mean re the insulin etc, I'm counting down the days

    Excellent work re eating habits I'm going to try and be more mindful this pregnancy around of what I eat regularly now. One good thing about GD is you learn what you should and should not be eating. You eat so healthy for bub and yourself and generally come out feeling so much better

    CONGRATULATIONS on your little bub!! 10 days old? How precious! What did you end up having?


 

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