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    Quote Originally Posted by soulmama View Post
    Thanks ladies. Oh it's making me so nervous! I've only just secured a place on midwives clinic and if I have GD then I'm fairly certain I am no longer able to attend, which I desperately wanted. I just want it to be the 26/2 so I can know.
    CluckCluck- what happens with GD? What is used to manage it? Will it mean an increased risk of complications?
    Ive been diagnosed with GD. My fourth baby and I didnt have it with the first three! I just wanted to let you know as long as im remain diet controlled and dont have to go on to insulin I can still birth in the birth centre.

    As long as its managed properly there shouldnt really be any problems. If it isnt managed you can have a big baby which can cause problems.

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    Thanks so much mmy2b... A bit more reassuring


 

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