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Gestational Diabetes from 1999

  1. Is there any correlation between being Rh-negative and developing gestational diabetes? (26 Nov 1999)
  2. I had a glucose testwhich came back at 186 mg/dl but the glucose tolerance test came back normal. (31 Oct 1999)
  3. How does having a large baby increase your risk of diabetes later in life? (13 Oct 1999)
  4. I am 24 year old and diagnosed with gestational diabetes. The local hospital does not have a neonatal ICU. (16 Sep 1999)
  5. I had gestational diabetes with my first pregnancy. Are there any steps I can take in prevention? (14 Sep 1999)
  6. I have just been diagnosed with gestational diabetes. Can you test too early? I was tested at 18 weeks. (14 Sep 1999)
  7. I am 32 years old and 28 weeks pregnant with identical twin boys. I just failed my 1 hour test and I am very concerned. (5 Sep 1999)
  8. I am 37 weeks pregnant. I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. (17 Aug 1999)
  9. I am 37 weeks pregnant, gestational diabetic and have been controlled by diet alone. (24 Jul 1999)
  10. My daughter seems to think she is at risk for developing diabetes because of the diabetes she had while pregnant. (11 Jul 1999)
  11. I have gestational diabetes. If the reading after dinner is not high, then how come the fasting reading is high? (29 Jun 1999)
  12. Is it not unusual to develop gestational diabetes in the first trimester? (25 Jun 1999)
  13. I have gestational diabetes. Today my doctor informed me that if I tryed to go natural, that I would have to face the possibilty of my uterus rupturing. (29 May 1999)
  14. I had been diagnosed with both pregnancy-induced hypertension and gestational diabetes with multiple complications. (28 May 1999)
  15. I have been prescribed Brethine and recently started Celestone injections. (22 May 1999)
  16. Even though her levels are up to 195, she insists that her dietitian says it's okay to eat processed sugar in small amounts. (22 May 1999)
  17. I have been told I may have Gestational Diabetes. Can you tell me what this means as it pertains to my unborn child? (22 May 1999)
  18. I had three miscarriages during the past year. Is it possible that I developed diabetes when I pregnant? (8 May 1999)
  19. During my wife's pregnancies, she was diabetic. What is the likelihood that our two children will become diabetic? (10 Apr 1999)
  20. My daughter has just been diagnosed with gestational diabetes. I am concerned. (18 Mar 1999)
  21. Every day after either lunch or dinner, I have had trace to small ketone levels. (14 Mar 1999)
  22. I recently had a fasting glucose reading of 198. The nurse tells me that a reading that high is considered diabetic. (21 Feb 1999)
  23. I am 16 weeks pregnant and my doctor has already ordered a glucose test for me. (9 Feb 1999)
  24. I've just recently found out I am pregnant. I am wondering at which point do high blood sugars affect the baby. (6 Feb 1999)
  25. My wife was just diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes. We were wondering if this will make our child susceptible to obesity. (14 Jan 1999)

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