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    Thanks for your replies ladies!

    That's really reassuring to know that mostly everyone passed. I have spent most of the day sleeping and feeling generally off since the test. Am glad I scheduled it for when I had a day off and didn't need to go to work!

    Find out the results in a few days so fingers crossed!

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    I posted about this the other day. I also felt so awful during the test but ended up not having GDM.

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    When I did the test for first bub I felt fine and didn't have GD. 2nd time I felt awful and I did have GD (borderline though).

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    Every time I have taken the test (3 times) I have felt very queasy and every time I have passed.

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    It must be really common to feel nauseous and faint for this test because each time the pathologist has told me to let them know if i start feeling this way.

    I passed the test with DD, failed with DS and passed 8 weeks after having DS. Felt the same for all the tests, hungry!


 

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