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The point of checking sugars and controlling your diet is to keep your numbers low. Anyone here that answers has likely started adjusting their diet and that is why their numbers are low. Right? Unless I'm missing something....
I had GD with my DS and if I had kept on eating like I was, there is no way in heck that my numbers would have been normal. They only went under when I started adjusting my diet, and even then I had good days and bad.
I'm sorry you failed your 3hr. It's only a few short weeks of your pregnancy and while it takes a little getting used to, it's not that bad at all. Hang in there!
LyndseyLofland@gmail.com: I still have to deal with the label and the pricking is annoying, but it's actually been okay because I get to see baby a lot more now after being diagnosed!
Lucky! I requested additional ultrasounds as my due date gets closer, but apparently it's not in Kaiser's policy unless the nurses think that the baby is already bigger than it should be. Looks like they'd rather go into the delivery room already considering it high risk than to take precautions before it's really an issue. They don't want to expose the baby to any additional ultrasounds than necessary... But they have no problem with offering needles into the amniotic sac for genetic screenings!