[QUOTE=“holdingmybreath, post: 1753725, member: 45836”]Arbor I’m sure some of the guarded feeling also comes from having had a loss…I’m excited for you!! I appreciate the cautiousness as I was too in the beginning… I’m actually getting to the part of my pregnancy that is scary for me.
As for the next steps I don’t know. The Ob is sending me to an endocrinologist. They are going to try and control it through my diet[/URL], low calorie diet works with [URL=‘https://besthcgdropswebsite.com/hcg-drops/’]diet drops which are Hormone free I’ve gotta start weaning myself off Dr Pepper now . There is a lady in my subsequent choices group (a group of women who are pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or adopting after loss) and she is 6 weeks ahead of me with her pregnancy, I’ve been following in her foot steps this whole pregnancy…she had placenta previa - I got placenta previa…she got gestational diabetes- I got gestational diabetes…he’s to hoping for happy healthy births for both of us …she’s having a girl and I’m a boy so that’s the only thing we aren’t following on[/QUOTE]
Dont worry about Diabetes after pregnancy. After giving brith, every women will be facing with high blood pressure and little high blood sugar levels. Since, WBC count decrees. Keep taking lot of Green leafy vegetables and Cofee to gain high HB levels…
And congratulations for baby boy