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glucose test?

Can I eat some cookies tonight.  My glucose test is tomorrow. I just didn't know if it depends on what you that day or if it calculates it by everything youve eaten since pregnancy
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I was told not to eat anything 8 hours prior to my glucose test
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Yes you can .. they're just gone have you drink this lil bottle of a drink and have you wait for a hour
7566904 tn?1394763978
My paper says I dont have to fast... its juat the hour one
8827648 tn?1400799478
They're gonna test your blood sugar levels. Sugar from cookies the night before should be out of your blood by tomorrow.
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I had to fast for my one hour..guess it depends in your doctor
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You're perfectly fine .. I would suggest NOT picking the red drink for your test .. it taste like cold medicine .. but go.ahead and enjoy your cookies
7552771 tn?1469929649
Yeah for my 1 hr one I wasn't allowed to eat an hour before. But I didn't even know I was having it. You can eat what you normally eat.
7566904 tn?1394763978
I was gonna pick orange if I had a choice lol
8865851 tn?1402935376
I have my three hr tomorrow morning. I'm dreading it :p
7552771 tn?1469929649
Orange was delicious to me. It tastes like orange HIC
7566904 tn?1394763978
I heard if you fail the 3 hour one there's a 5 hour one :(
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You can eat your cookies just don't eat anything too sweet tomorrow till after your test
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I was told I could eat and drink anything I wanted before my test, but after you drink it, before they draw blood, you can only have water. The instructions were on the bottle
7094011 tn?1405455886
I ate a whole thing of pez the night before I did mine! I passed and I didn't eat the morning of!
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