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Gestational Diabetes from 1998

  1. When should a woman diagnosed with gestational diabetes have follow-up testing done to determine if she has adult-onset diabetes? (8 Dec 1998)
  2. I am 25 and pregnant with my second child. I recently took my 1 hour test with results of 248. (3 Dec 1998)
  3. I have gestational diabetes; how do I control what I eat? What type of menu of foods should be included? (1 Dec 1998)
  4. My 29 year old daughter just had her diabetes screening test. Her value was 181. (1 Dec 1998)
  5. My second and third children have had episodes of seizures. Doctors say their blood sugar levels were too low. (27 Nov 1998)
  6. If I have Gestational Diabetes, will this effect my ability to breastfeed? (27 Nov 1998)
  7. I have recently been diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes. What are the risks associated with insulin for both myself and my unborn? (22 Nov 1998)
  8. I am 29 years old and 29 weeks pregnant and have been diagnosed with borderline gestational diabetes. (15 Sep 1998)
  9. I'm 36 and just diagnosed with gestational diabetes. I mentioned to my doctor that I'm having trouble with the diet. (14 Sep 1998)
  10. I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. What is an acceptable blood glucose level for me to maintain? (23 Aug 1998)
  11. I am 29 and in my 28th week of pregnancy. How much does stress contribute to high blood sugar level readings? (23 Aug 1998)
  12. What is the proper diet for person with gestational diabetes? Should I stop taking my pre-natal vitamin? (15 Aug 1998)
  13. I was tested for gestational diabetes at 35 weeks rather than 24-28 weeks. (15 Aug 1998)
  14. My wife just found out she has gestational diabetes. What should we expect? We need some diet information. (15 Aug 1998)
  15. I have gestational diabetes. My blood sugar levels 2 hours after eating are in the 75 range. Is this too low? (13 Aug 1998)
  16. My wife got Type 1 when she was pregnant. Why did she get diabetes? (5 Aug 1998)
  17. What seems to trigger the higher levels is not so much her diet as her level of tension. (25 Jul 1998)
  18. Isn't blood sugar level management aided by consumption of low glycemic index foods? (24 Jul 1998)
  19. I recently read that if you have gestational diabetes, that you should not get pregnant again. (24 Jun 1998)
  20. I am 28 years old and diagnosed with gestational diabetes. What is an acceptable blood glucose level for me to maintain? (24 Jun 1998)
  21. My girlfriend was recently diagnosed. We are concerned with the risk of hypoglycemia when the baby is born. (10 May 1998)
  22. I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. My numbers for the 3-hour glucose tolerance test were 84, 141, 163 and 153. (2 May 1998)
  23. What are the long-term ramifications for my baby's health because of gestational diabetes? (1 May 1998)
  24. I have a daughter with Type 1. I am now pregnant and wonder if I have a higher chance of gestational diabetes. (28 Apr 1998)
  25. I recently tested for gestational diabetes. He said that my reading was too high. My results were 90. (28 Apr 1998)
  26. I had diabetes when I was pregnant. Does this put my child at a higher risk of getting diabetes? (16 Apr 1998)
  27. I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. What harm will this do to my baby? (28 Mar 1998)
  28. I'm newly diagnosed with gestational diabetes. My primary concern is ketones. (15 Mar 1998)
  29. What are the glucose tolerance testing procedures? What should my diet consist of prior to the test? (15 Mar 1998)
  30. A friend of mine has just been diagnosed with gestational diabetes. Will this stop once she gives birth? (10 Mar 1998)
  31. If carbos are what causes my blood sugar to be high, wouldn't a higher protein, lower carbo diet make more sense? (10 Mar 1998)
  32. I was diagnosed gestational diabetic at 26 weeks. What are the chances that I will have diabetes with my next pregnancy? (9 Mar 1998)
  33. At age 30, during my 5th pregnancy, I developed Gestational Diabetes. After a healthy delivery, I remained diabetic. (19 Feb 1998)
  34. My girlfriend was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. How does this affect her and the baby? Will the baby be born with diabetes? (13 Jan 98)
  35. I am 32 weeks pregnant. Several weeks ago I had a 3 hour blood sugar test. At two hours my sugar level was 190. Should I be concerned? (10 Jan 98)

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