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Pregnancy from 2004

  1. Should I aim for a 4.0 A1c, as in my previous pregnancy, if I become pregnant again? One doctor said that was too low, but the gynecologist disagreed. (30 Nov 2004)
  2. After 12 years with type 1, I would like to have a baby. Can you tell me about what type of diet I should follow and what the risks are, etc.? (26 Nov 2004)
  3. I want to conceive. My doctor recommends an A1c of 6-6.5 before doing so. Would there be a significant reduction in risks by waiting for a lower A1c? (11 Nov 2004)
  4. If I were to get pregnant, would occasional high readings hurt my baby? Is it okay for me to have a baby because I am a diabetic? (6 Nov 2004)
  5. I would like to get pregnant and incorporate low GI fruits into my diet. Are there certain fruits with a low GI index? (31 Oct 2004)
  6. I just found out I am pregnant. My previous pregnancies have been high risk. Is there any financial help or information for me out there? (7 Jul 2004)
  7. My pregnant wife has gone into insulin shock/seizures several times. What can I do to help our unborn child? What are the odds of birth defects? (15 Apr 2004)
  8. Is it normal for type 1 diabetic women to go into labor early? Should I be allowed to carry a baby full term? (6 Apr 2004)

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