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I am 27 weeks pregnant. I did my GTT and the results are fasting-68 after 75 mg glucose after 1 hour it's 185 and after 2 hours 146. Please suggest the diet plan and exercise to reduce. My gynecologist recommend me to monitor my blood sugar level for a week.
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Technically it is gdm according to different guidance. But doesn’t warrant treatment. Would repeat OGTT in 2 weeks with diet modification. If still raised can start low dose and safe treatment
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Fasting is normal, pp after 2 hrs, is on higher side. Take fractional diet low carbohydrate adequate protein and fat,maintain hydration , daily walk for 30 minutes twice daily. Monitor foetal movement, record every 2 days Fbs and Ppbs after breakfast.. Get your HBA1C done. Consult Gynecologist.
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You need to stop all refine carbs Medical nutrition therapy ( MNT) Monitor your sugars at home with Glucometer. Your target blood sugar should be fasting blood sugar below 90 1 hour after meals
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If you don’t achieve your target then you may need insulin . Which is Safest drug .
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