I am 6week pregnant .dr had not seen heart beat she suggested me ultrasound next week.i am diabetic n hypertension .by fbs is 172 n bp level is 149/91...can I have a healthy baby .?i am trying my level to control the levels .pls help me with the suggestion
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Cardiac activity is seen at around 6to7 weeks.
Repeat scan after 10 days.
Control sugar levels and blood pressure. Avoid stress. Shift on insulin after consulting physician. Oral antidiabetic drugs are contraindicated in pregnancy.
Hi, both of your sugar and blood pressure r high. Need to meet Endocrine dr and gynaecologist. In age of 29 if you have these problems you need to evaluated properly and cause also.what is your hb a1 c?
Hi.. don't worry.. u need to get your blood sugar and pressures under control, reduce stress , eat healthy as per ur obstetrician/ diabetologist/ dietician ( personalised regime is more helpful) advise along with insulin and other medications.
Secondly it's true that we can wait for 7-10 days to repeat ultrasound. Also HbA1c , later triple test will be helpful! Gud luck
You have two risk factors according to you..
Regarding fetal heart...wait for another 10 days...u need to get hba1c done..
Its important to see your 3 months control...
I wish you could have got proper preconceptional counselling...dont worry..
Joint endocrinologist and obstetrics consultations important for u
Both your fasting blood sugar and BP are too high to have a healthy pregnancy
What is your HbA1C value
Meet a diabetologist immediately and start medication probably insulin injections
Control BP as well
Repeat scan after 10 days
Even if they find heartbeat you need to closely follow up as your sugars are too high
Ideal value for a diabetic patient to conceive is HbA1C less than 6.2 and BP 120/80
All the best
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