there are many possible reasons for low birth weight.
If your blood sugars were well controlled during pregnancy then the GD is unlikely to have been the cause.
The main thing is to be as healthy as possible prior to a second pregnancy, and then to eat well and exercise during the pregnancy. If you do develop diabetes a second time, then having excellent management will also be key.
There are some things that cannot be known with any certainty. We can only do our very best to give the best possible outcome. If you want another child, do not let fear or uncertainty stop you.
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