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Baby Boy HB was at 140 and my Fundal height measured at 30 and I lost 1 lb but what do u expect 1st thing in the morning I didn't get a chance to do anything but shower, brush teeth, get dress and run out of the house to fight rush hour traffic and drive the 30 minutes to Dr. office (just a small vent here)
GTT 2 hour test result: PASSED
My test result was 61, now Dr. said range is 65 to 1__ I forget but should I be concerned with being under the minimum range?
Aging myself: "One of my Brilliant ideas" a la Blair Warner from Facts of Life
Why,can't I just do these every 2 week appts virtually? By doing this I can save the $3.99 a gallon gas as well as not stress Baby Boy out by fighting Atlanta drivers. I'm just saying it's a great idea don't u think.
Edited bc I can't spell and I still probably have miss spelled words...
YAY for a good Appointment!! LoL...love the idea of virtual appointments, that would be amazing!! Glad you passed your test, I don't think you should be concerned about it being under if it was a concern I'm sure the dr. would of mentioned it!!
KC- Thanks! I am a worrier u know.
Ro- When I told my Granny, she said she would rather it had been in the 70's and know I am like why didn't the DR talk about it being under? I see my Peri tomorrow will talk to her.
Being under for one result probably doesn't mean much. Honestly the GTT really messes your body up. If it were chronic, then it'd be hypoglycemia. But as long as you're not dizzy a lot or fainting or whatever then it's probably not an issue.
The hands becoming numb is very normal, especially if while you're sleeping you lay on the nerve. I agree with Brittanie and the low blood sugar. Congrats on the great appt. I love the idea of virtual appt!