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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 1:36pm

Gestational Diabetes & Glucose Tolerance Test



i had a glucose tollerance test done at the hospital and it came back that i was borderline for gestational diabetes.... i was told not to eat too much sugar and fruit but not to worry.

today i have been speaking to a friend who had a GT test done at 28 weeks, and she was told she was fine, then at 34 weeks she had another and was told she was just over the cut off point and she had to stop eating suggary foods etc (like they have told me) she went on to have a very big baby girl weighing 11lb 2oz and the baby had very low blood sugar levels as a result. i am now worried that if i do change slightly and become diabetic in the next few weeks it will harm my baby, apparently her baby was very ill for a while after birth.

has anyone had GD??? can you advise me on what type of diet to follow, i would rather be over careful than under careful....

can any one help???

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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 1:48pm

Oh no, I think in every situation there is somebody that did one thing and somebody that did another it can become confusing as to what the correct thing is to do ?(, have you spoken to your MW about it? sorry not more help hun xx

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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 2:11pm

i havent spoken to her yet, she is only in on tuesdays and i have an appointment booked for next tuesday.

i just want to do what ever i can to keep this baby safe, and if all it takes is a special diet for the next 12 weeks then id rather do that iykwim?
i was on metformin aswell...and that does something to your insulin levels doesnt it??? not sure what exactly but i was told to stop taking it at my 8 week scan so i dont know if that could have any side effects for baby too. oh you are right tho chilli,....it is blummin confusing! :(

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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 3:22pm

I don't know anything much about GD really Willow but just wanted to send you a big hug - you really don't need any more stress do you? I hope you get the answers you need.

Just to say my dad is diabetic as a result of diet and if he is very good and avoids sugary foods his bloods stabilise very quickly. So if you avoid sugar in all it's forms (remember that most flour based products are high in sugar too like pasta, bread, particularly white bread) then your blood should stabilise fast and stop GD developing any further.
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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 3:25pm

oh thanks hun! i didnt know that! do you think wholemeal/granary/sunflower bread is ok??? (i love them :D)

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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 3:37pm

Oh yes, any wholemeal or grainy bread is much better than white. Here's something I found from a website called www.babycenter.com:

Here are some general guidelines:

• Eat a variety of foods, distributing calories and carbohydrates evenly throughout the day. Make sure both your meals and your snacks are balanced. The American Diabetes Association recommends that you eat three small-to-moderate-sized meals and two to four snacks every day, including an after-dinner snack. Although your meal plan may contain fewer carbs than you normally eat, complex carbohydrates should continue to provide most of your calories.

• Don't skip meals. Be consistent about when you eat them and the amount of food you eat at each one. Your blood sugar will remain more stable if your food is distributed evenly throughout the day and consistently from day to day.

• Eat a good breakfast. Your blood glucose levels are most likely to be out of whack in the morning. To keep your level in a healthy range, you may have to limit carbohydrates (breads, cereal, fruit, and milk), boost your protein intake, and possibly avoid fruit and juice altogether.

• Include high-fiber foods, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads and cereals, and dried peas, beans, and legumes. These foods are broken down and absorbed more slowly than simple carbohydrates, which may help keep your blood sugar levels from going too high after meals.

• Limit your intake of foods and beverages that contain simple sugars such as soda, fruit juice, flavored teas, and most desserts — or avoid them altogether. These foods can quickly elevate your blood sugar. Ask your healthcare practitioner about using foods sweetened with an artificial sweetener if you need a sweet fix.

• Milk is high in lactose, a simple sugar, so if you drink more than two or three glasses a day, you may need to limit the amount you drink and find an alternative source of calcium. If you're looking for a new beverage of choice, try club soda with a squeeze of lemon or orange, or unsweetened decaffeinated iced tea.

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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 3:42pm

wow! thanks so much limpet! :hugs: it doesnt sound too hard to follow, and doesnt sound too unbalanced to do during pg....thanks for that hun... 8)

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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 4:31pm

That sounds like good advice. I know my dad's bloods are best when he goes quite strict on the low carb but you have to be a bit careful in pg because you don't want to go into ketosis as you would on a low carb diet - it can cause brain damage to baby in extreme cases.

But I would definitely keep your carbs complex and low. Maybe no more than 2 pieces of wholmeal or granary bread per day and a portion of brown rice, quinoa or wholemeal cous cous or pasta. Eat lots of healthy veggies as high sugar fruit will be out.
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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 4:40pm

right o!!!

just checking how long i have to do this for lol!....84 days!!! pah easy peasy!

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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 4:49pm

You're a better woman than me hun - no choc, no cakes, no cheese scones - OMG I'd go insane!

Actually I've been cutting my starchy carbs right back as they make my excess fluid worse but I've been eating lots of fruit. You need to check which fruits are high sugar (bananas are but not sure which others) so you can still have the lower sugar ones to satisfy youre sweet tooth when you need to.
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You're a better woman than me hun - no choc, no cakes, no cheese scones - OMG I'd go insane!
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:tears: stop it!!!


ill be ok i think tbh anything to stop lil bubs from being poorly at birth, plus... i need to stop eating sweet stuff anyway and it can only help me fit into my jeans quicker too so im all for it. :D



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Thursday, September 6th 2007, 5:21pm

You're absolutely right hun. I shall take a leaf from your book and be good over the next few weeks because eating the bad stuff is just making me feel rubbish and have excess fluid anyway.
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Tuesday, September 11th 2007, 12:44pm

Gestational Diabetes

I was on the borderline but they have referred me to a diabetic clinic so check my own blood glucose levels. I am on diet controlled - typical diet - 3 - 4 tabs porridge for breakfast made with milk, I portion of fruit or milk mid morning, 2 slices bergen bread (seedy) with ham and salad and a plain yog for lunch, 1 portion fruit or milk mid pm, 8oz boiled new pots or 3 tabs rice or 5oz pasta with small portion meat fish plus veg for dinner then 1 portion fruit or milk before bed. The aim being to have regular small amounts and regular amounts of slow release carbs.

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Tuesday, September 11th 2007, 12:54pm

thanks for that pip, i am doing ok i think....i usually have allbran/shreaded wheat for breaky...whole meal granary bread with ham for lunch and a proper cooked tea...meat and veg usually i also have clementine/pear/apple thrughout the dat as snacks....i did have one strange episode the other day....i had a slice of toast for breakfast then nothing till about 2pm and i went really shakey and dizzy...it was a nasty feeling, so i am trying not to leave it so long between meals/snacks now.


what do you drink thru the day pip???


one bonus, i have actually lost 1lb this week because i am eating better. :]



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I have coffee and then just huge amounts of water. Fruit juice is a no no as the sugars are released too fast into the bloodstream
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Tuesday, September 11th 2007, 1:16pm

Sorry Willow, I can't be of any help as I don't know anything about GD... but it sounds like you are eating healthy, which is good. You'd be horrified if you saw my daily intake! I think anyone would! I think I need to start eating healthier! About drinking suring the day... what about water? I don't like regular water at the moment as it just makes me feel nauseous but I have been drinking a lot of sparkling water and hot water, sometimes with a slice of lemon. They both seem to help with my digestion and keep me hydrated as I am usually really bad at drinking water and live on diet coke!

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Monday, September 17th 2007, 8:02pm

Willow, Hun
You basically have to live life as if you are in fact diabetic. Cut out all sugary foods and drinks and stick to whole grain breads and cereals. Also limit fruit to 2-3 pieces per day. half a glass of unsweetened fruit juice also counts as one of your fruit portions. Try to eat a protein and complex carbohydrate at every meal to sustain your blood sugar and prevent highs and lows.
If your blood sugar is not controlled (esp if you have highs) you are more likely to have a large baby. Also, your baby's body is going to produce more insulin to try to reduce the sugar level in its own blood and when it is born the high level of insulin is going to mean that its blood sugar is going to drop - esp in the first few hours and even days after birth when it is getting minimal sustenance. To avoid this you need to make sure that you keep your blood sugar with in normal range for the rest of your pregnancy.
I used Metformin until 32 weeks and had to stick to a diabetic diet for the duration. I also had to test my blood sugar at least once each day - some days before breakfast, some days after a meal as instructed by my endocrinologist. C had no blood sugar control problems and was just average weight at birth.


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Monday, September 17th 2007, 8:22pm

:hugs: thanks rene! i am doing ok atm, trying hard not to eat the wrong stuff and im going to have my wee tested again tomorrow just to see if there is sugar there again like last week, if it is they said they may do another gt test. i was on met to get pg and they stopped me taking it, hope this baby isnt poorly after birth, im doing everything i can to stop it.

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pregnancy diabetes

have to go into hospital tuesday morning for a glucose tolerance test to check for pregnancy diabetes as when i had my scan on thursday babys belly was measuring big and one of the reasons for this could be diabetes, just wondering if anyone here has had that problem?

I no that it will probably come back normal i am just worried if it doesnt, dont really no much about what it could mean and the midwife reassured me that its nothing i have done but i cant help worrying.

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Sunday, August 10th 2008, 12:12pm

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My sister had gestational diabetes too. I'll see if i can get any info from her for u.

Found this link by unsing google. i hope it helps.

http://www.diabetes.org.uk/Guide-to-diab…ional_diabetes/

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Sunday, August 10th 2008, 12:17pm

thank you laura that would be brilliant

i will look at that link now

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Hope all is well and the test comes back clear Olo - try not to worry.




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She's not in at the mo :sniff:

But here are some more links

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http://hcd2.bupa.co.uk/fact_sheets/html/…_pregnancy.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gestational_diabetes

http://www.babycentre.co.uk/pregnancy/co…tions/diabetes/

http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/diseases/fact…ncydiabetes.htm

Hope these are helpful and answer your questions. I'll try my sister again soon.

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thanks for all your help laura

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Sunday, August 10th 2008, 12:39pm

No probs. Glad to help. :hugs:

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There is a good thread here hun

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oops - sorry about adding links to external websites. :sadface:

I didn't know that you're not meant to do that. Still haven't heard from my sister, just found out she's away camping. So may not have information by Tues.

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Phew!

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yeh thanks hunny they were great all i can do now is wait and see what the results bring on wednesday and hope they come back clear.

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Sunday, August 10th 2008, 9:05pm

HI Olo my sister went through same thing, all her tests turned out clear she went on to have a 8lb6oz perfect daughter a week over due. I think these days if you measure big they send you for tests regardless of what your lifestyle and eating habits are.
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Just wanted to say good luck with your results, try not to worry to much.

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I had low blood sugar during my last pregnancy and ate a roast beef sandwich, one fruit juice, one small bag of crisps and a few pieces of chocolate in the waiting room (blood sugar drop so needed it).
Did my bloods a short while afterwards which (of course) came back high.
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Monday, August 11th 2008, 8:27am

thanks chick all my urine samples have been fine except for one and the reason that was high i think was because i had just ate chocolate before i did the urine sample. The only reason they are sending me for this test is because the babys belly is measuring bigger but they struggled with measuring it so i am not sure the measurements were right

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Hi, Just wanted to say good luck for tomorrow. I'll have my fingers crossed for you that you get positive news.

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Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 12:11pm

thanks hun

get my results tomorrow, she has said i am going to be referred to a consultant either way just depends if its for diabetes or not.
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Hopefully by being referred you'll get it all sorted whatever it is.

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Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 7:47pm

Hi Olo, I had mine too this morning, I doubt very much at this late stage of your pregnancy that even if diabetes was diagnosed there would be alot of interference or need for medical management since you are only 2 weeks off your EDD. Still its good they are keeping an eye out, and if it was confirmed they would know to keep an eye on you in any subsequent pregnancies :smile:








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Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 8:01pm

yeh missy i was thinking the same time i get any help with what i can and cant eat i will be due, not sure whether they will induce me earlier or on time or just leave me.

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Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 8:14pm

Next week I think hun, we have a scan then too. I only have a family history of diabetes and have never had any symptoms as you have so they would want your results sooner. They are taking care of you by the sounds of it though :happy:

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Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 8:35pm

I had this last week as I have family history, they contact you if you have it next day but as Missy says I cant image theres a lot they'll do now really. Hope you get on ok hun x





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Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 8:35pm

I had this last week as I have family history, they contact you if you have it near enough
next day but as Missy says I cant image theres a lot they'll do now really. Hope you get on ok hun x





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Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 8:38pm

i have to call up after 10 in the morning

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Wednesday, August 13th 2008, 11:42am

got my results and they are normal.

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Wednesday, August 13th 2008, 11:44am

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Wednesday, August 13th 2008, 11:47am

feel relieved now can just get on with my last couple of weeks now

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Wednesday, August 13th 2008, 11:47am

Brilliant news Olo :happy:




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