I did mine this morning also. It made me very dizzy and sleepy. My mom said she vomited when she had to do it. My doctor said it is normal to feel wierd afterward. I just ate a big meal afterward and rested and it helped me a lot.
i dont recall feeling nauseated or dizzy after consuming the glucose drink during the first pregnancy or several weeks into this pregnancy. all i can remember was how awfully stale the drink was. i'll be getting another glucose test in 2.5 weeks along with a CBC test. i hope all goes well.
I remember failing my one hour, with my son, had to do the three hour one. Same as the one hour, just three hours. Now, that this is my third, I automatically go for a two hour. This should be fun....not, lol.
I have done mine yesterday...the drink was ok but the after effects were very bad...i felt like I am going to throw up or may get faint but the nurse over there was very co operative she took me to another room and ask me to stay comfortable..anyhow I paased the test..
Oh no I remember doing my 1 hour and being so scared I was going to throw it up, All I could remember the nurse saying is to keep it down for atleast an hour and that was what kept replaying in my head.
I had mine 2 weeks ago. My 3rd child and thought this one would the same as last 2. I literally felt like my had was going to explode. The only thing that helped was two paracetamol and a dark room till early evening then toast and tea. I did feel like i had a hangover the next day. Plenty of water helps and thankfully i don't have it.
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