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Gestational Diabetes from 2002

  1. Is it possible I have had diabetes since 20 weeks into my pregnancy? (11 Dec 2002)
  2. They said it was gestational diabetes because I am two months pregnant. Could everything be okay if my blood sugar was that high? (11 Dec 2002)
  3. Could the Zoloft affect my sugar readings? Is it harder it is to control the sugar the later I get in my pregnancy? (29 Nov 2002)
  4. I am 37 years old, was diagnosed with gestational diabetes when I was 18 weeks pregnant, and I have several questions. (24 Nov 2002)
  5. Are there any insulins that are pregnancy category B or A? (24 Nov 2002)
  6. My doctor says that because my numbers were so "terrible" on my three-hour GTT, I will get diabetes later. (18 Nov 2002)
  7. Do you think these numbers are indicative of gestational diabetes? (17 Nov 2002)
  8. Could the GTT tests have been inaccurate for some reason? (17 Nov 2002)
  9. Does my wife meet the criteria for gestational diabetes? (2 Oct 2002)
  10. I am 36 1/2 weeks pregnant. Should I be concerned that I am insulin resistant or having other sugar problems? (19 Sep 2002)
  11. Are mothers who had gestational diabetes more prone to have a child who will develop type 1 diabetes? (3 Sep 2002)
  12. What does it mean that someone who doesn't have develops gestational diabetes the instant a pregnancy can be confirmed? (12 Jul 2002)
  13. Is it possible for me to be gaining weight instead of losing if I have gestational diabetes? Why would they be so concerned? (25 Jun 2002)
  14. Does this extremely early onset of GDM in the fourth pregnancy mean that I am likely to end up with severe preeclampsia again? (11 Jun 2002)
  15. Is there anything I can do to prevent developing gestational diabetes? (21 May 2002)
  16. What type of effects can a child of a mother with undiagnosed and untreated gestational diabetes have later in life? (6 May 2002)
  17. I am 29 weeks into my second pregnancy, I had a three-hour GTT, and I have several questions. (21 Apr 2002)
  18. Am I at a higher risk for type 2 diabetes after pregnancy? How will the strict diet affect the baby? (21 Apr 2002)
  19. I am a flight attendant who has just been diagnosed with gestational diabetes, and my problem is I am unable to eat regularly scheduled meals. What are some things I can carry with me on trips. (20 Mar 2002)
  20. I have gestational diabetes, and I can control my blood glucose except for one-hour after breakfast. I also found small amount ketones in my urine in the morning. (8 Mar 2002)
  21. We are planning to start a family, and I have been told the risk of my husband passing diabetes on to a child is roughly 6%, but does the risk of our children developing the other diseases increase? (26 Feb 2002)
  22. Do I need to worry about my weight loss during this period of gestational diabetes? (23 Feb 2002)
  23. How much damage am I doing to my body and, more importantly to my baby's health by having a high blood sugar my nightly? (22 Feb 2002)
  24. I'm having trouble finding research that mentions how high blood sugars can get before worrying about birth defects, miscarriage, etc. during the first trimester. (16 Feb 2002)
  25. I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes in my seventh month of pregnancy and was asked to monitor my glucose level. What glucose level do I have to maintain? (30 Jan 2002)
  26. My wife has gestational diabetes, is on insulin, and I have a few questions. (30 Jan 2002)
  27. Since my glucose screen was high, my doctor ordered a three-hour GTT, and I have several questions. (30 Jan 2002)
  28. Is there a relationship between a certain diet consumed during pregnancy and the development of gestational diabetes? (8 Jan 2002)

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