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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful37 View Post
    Mona how far along are you? I'm just wondering when you get the GD test. My OB hasn't mentioned it to me yet
    Hi hopeful, I am 26w5d. You usually have it done from 26w.

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    GTT is traditionally done in weeks 26-27 :-)

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    Great thanks ladies. 23 weeks today so not far away

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful37 View Post
    Great thanks ladies. 23 weeks today so not far away
    Yeah my ob just told me about it, going at 26w

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    I'm finally feeling movement! Over the last few days bubs has been pummeling my insides. It's so awesome but a little distracting at work!

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    YAY @Peedypie
    It's awesome once you start feeling movements. Very distracting at times though!

    Had my glucose tolerance test this morning (26w3d). Boy that wasn't fun!!!

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    I've had to see an endocrinologist about 6-8 times over the last few years due to hashimotos (the opposite issue to GD). It's SO expensive, and I've often had wait for up to an hour past my appointment time to see her for five minutes - so annoying! But I think she's aware of that, so a couple of times she's just done stuff on email - given you don't really need a physical exam, it's more about blood tests etc. so maybe that might be a solution, going forward, if you have to see yours again?

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    Yay peedy! He's already practicing kicking that ball around

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermia View Post
    I've had to see an endocrinologist about 6-8 times over the last few years due to hashimotos (the opposite issue to GD). It's SO expensive, and I've often had wait for up to an hour past my appointment time to see her for five minutes - so annoying! But I think she's aware of that, so a couple of times she's just done stuff on email - given you don't really need a physical exam, it's more about blood tests etc. so maybe that might be a solution, going forward, if you have to see yours again?
    Thanks Hermia! I wish it was an option but this guy doesn't even have a computer!!!! He is SOOOO old school it's not funny lol

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    I have a great endocrinologist in Sydney.ive been seeing her for 4 yrs. usually only wait 10 mins. Very well organised staff too. They email me my blood results direct and answer questions on email, her name is dr Tania markovich. Highly recommend.

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