I am now pregnent 6 weeks i am T1 since 2000 i am now 23.
1.I was not maintaining my level well
2. i checked my level last week - before food was 230 and after was 430 i was shocked.
3. Doctor said to abortion & i want to have the Baby.
4. Today my level is B4 200 & after 230.
5. Doc asked me to scan at 8th week. (for down syndrome and others)
If i want to have my baby please let me know what should i do
Common birth defects with high blood sugars are damage to the heart and spinal cord. I would think that at least the worst issues (if they exist) should be able to be seen with a high level ultrasound.
No one can know for sure if there is damage done or not. But I'd think that if you control very well now there is still a chance that your baby is healthy.
Regardless YOU need to be healthy as well and need to work to control your diabetes well.
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