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    Default Glucose Tolerance Test

    I've had to take the GTT test three times throughout my pregnancy. Could this affect my baby's health?

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    I don't think so. I had it twice in my first pregnancy and it didn't affect baby. I don't think they would ask you to have it if it was going to harm your baby.

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    No its just glucose

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    It's no diff to having a lemonade or lollies on occasion....


 

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