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failed my 1 hour glucose test what does this mean ??? Now I got to do a 3hrs glucose test❗️
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Yep if you fail this one I think it would mean gestational diabetes idk see what your dr says
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That happened with my first pregnancy. That test *****. But I passed my 3 hour & had no problems.  So there is still a chance everything is fine.  :)
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Oh.  I can't say s*cks. Lol
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What I have to do to pass it?? Is it very serious?
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I don't think there is anything you can do, it's just how your body is processing sugars... I did cut down on my sugar intake tho before the long test. I was only one point over my 1hr. If you do fail the second test is nothing too serious I don't think.  You'll have to watch your diet & be more active, maybe medication.  & could have a larger baby.  I'm not sure all the affects.  It'll be ok tho! :) :)
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Okay does it affect my baby ?? She going to still be normal?
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I don't know exactly.  I don't think it will hurt your baby.  :) your doctor should have more accurate information for you.
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The glucose test is for gestational diabetes, you can google some info on that. But don't believe everything you read, your Dr is the best person to discuss it with.
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If you end up having GD, your Dr will recommend a diet to keep it under control. Your baby will be fine as long as you take care of yourself.
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I also fauled glucose test on first pregnancy now im 5 weeks pregnant a year later fingers crossed I pass it this time
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I failed my 1h test and they sent me for the 2 hr one and i passed. Sometimes the 1hr isnt very accurate. If ur not classed as high risk they send u for a 1hr firat and then for the longer one if u fail the 1hr one. Its pretty common to faul the 1 hr and pass the longer test. Dont stress
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Yes gestational diabetes can affect your baby.  It can cause imbalances

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