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June 29th, 2011, 03:22 AM
Join Date: Apr 2011
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I'm now 25+3 and had an obgyn appointment on monday where the little one was measured again. Even though my numbers are still OK (1h after meal usually below 100 but always below 110, morning fasting at around 80) the babie's belly is too large (diameter head/waist =1.04). My obgyn told me I shouldn't worry yet, but now I worry about the "yet". And I'm devastated because I'm trying so hard, I keep my diet and do a lot of exercise to keep my numbers low but the little one seems to get too much anyway.

It's number four and the first three got bigger one after the other (3200g, 3600g, 3900g).

I wouldn't mind all the effort, it's the worrying bit that gets me.
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June 29th, 2011, 06:04 AM
~Angela~'s Avatar Mommy to 3
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Upstate New York
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Your sugar #'s seem very low to me! I wish I had those #'s.

With my daughter, I was told her belly was measuring large. Around my 35 week u/s they told me she was 7.5lbs....She was 8lbs when born. I don't think she only gained .5lbs in 5 weeks.
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