It seems we've all been told pretty much the same thing which is great. As this info is pretty standard. In regards to testing afterwards both my son and I have been tested regularly in the last 5 years ds has never shown any abnormal readings and neither have I until I was utd again! Something to bare in mind it is more common in subsequent pregnancies.
I agree first time I had it with my son 5 years ago I went to a hospital run info session with about 10 other recently diagnosed women. All but myself and 2 other women had their bsl diaries and most of them rocked up with a bottle of coke or similar to sit through the class with! Even some women I see at the clinic now have no idea what there levels are and they have the shug shoulder approach which I find crazy.
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