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diagnosis diabetes in pregnancy through GTT test, baby weight is ovee

Hy , diagnose diabetes , m on 30 + week but my growth scan shows my baby measurements is around 32 + week,  n baby weight 1.91 kg, doctors said we will deliver ur baby around 38 week n I am on strict diet , cant take any carbohydrated food like rice, potato, bread etc.

Dic said if ur pregnancy diabetes increase it can harm my baby.

Plz guide
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Well, that's a perfect diet for your situation. If you don't eat carbohydrates, your sugar levels will stay where they're supposed to be, and you won't need any drugs. But there are carbohydrates in milk, yoghurt, fruit, vegetables, and many other things... You really not eating any of these?
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