My first pregnancy GD was very easy to maintain. Second pregnancy around 36 weeks I could not keep my fasting levels below 95...so my OB put me on 1/2 pill of Glyburide at night and that did the trick. My levels have been great till today, my fasting was 106 WTH!!!! So I have to bring this up to my MW tomorrow but it looks like I will be taking meds again....less than 7 weeks to go!!!!!!View Thread
Korin(31), DH(26), DS(3), DD(1), Khloe Madison EDD: 10/18/12
s/c: Pretty sure I herniated another disc in my back....doing nothing!!! Pain is on my right side now, feels exactly how my left felt. So I will be bringing this up to my MW tomorrow. Also ECP is getting worse!!!!
Other: Crib and mattress will be here this week! I also ordered the two dressers yesterday and today I went to BRU and bought sheets and such. All I need is nursing stuff and nursing decor!
s/c: So I did end up failing my 3 hour GTT, which I figured just based on my own readings at home. Ticks me off that my MW did not take me seriously and I had to push so hard to even get the 3 hour test. Anywho weight went down a bit due to the GD diet.
Other: I ordered the crib and bassinet this week yayyyy!!!! Finally starting to get things in order!
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