I ended up in the hospital for 30 hours because of my BP and BS. My dibeties educator call my OB and they both ganged up on me and had me admitted. I had just been in my OB's office a few hours earlier but by time I got to the DE's office my BP was way too high. Aftr they let me go home I was put on full bed rest.View Thread
No, and my numbers were higher than yours. I have to see MFM once a week and my OB once a week to keep an eye on my numbers. The MFM doc dosent think that there is anything wrong with my numbers but my OB thinks that my fasting numbers are too high. The MFM has been playing with my insulin doeses for over a month.
Perhaps your hospitalization did have something to do with your insurance but you probably will never know for sure.View Thread
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