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Hi , I lost a baby nov 19 , 13weeks before I found out I was pregnant I found out I had gestational diabetes sad , now I think I am pregnant again as diabetes is back and I have bad lower back pain . I am worried I am going to lose this baby due to early gestational diabetes . Plz tell me your story
I had GD too. Usually you don't find out until the glucose test in the third trimester. How do you know you have GD again? Like I said you wouldn't find out until later in the pregnancy. You may have type 2 diabetes and not be pregnant at all. Have you had a pregnancy test?
I had a healthy baby boy 8 pounder, with GD and it was poorly managed. On 64 units of insulin in the end with my bsl still way too high. But I had no great drama, baby had slightly low bsl but came fine within hours of top ups. Why would you lose a baby because of GD? I've not heard of that before, but I'm sorry for your loss.




It happened last pregnancy that I lost the baby . As I have had it twice before can show up early. My 7year old showed up when I was 12 weeks pregnant with him .then when I had the miscarriage at the hospital my levels went back to normal . Now three weeks on started having symptoms again so checked my levels through finger pick and was up again, tested for a few day and a hour after I eat and went to 10.5 . So I know something is going on
My advice would be to get a pregnancy test. Then you'll know for sure. But just because you might have GD doesn't mean you'll lose the baby. Think positively and hope for the best, like I said I had a GD baby and all was fine. And I don't have diabetes now. I'm back to normal.
If you've had GD before if also puts you at risk of getting type 2 diabetes in the future, so I'd just make sure I got a test to rule that out.




I should fine out this arvo done a blood test for diabetes and pregnancy ???? thanks
Good luck.




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