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Hba1c Levels And Pregnancy
Diabetes & pregnancy: I hope you mean 7.2 and not 72. (i would tell you not to get pregnancy if it was really 72, but fortunately the measurement doesn't go up that high.) assuming that it is 7.2, you could safely get pregnant and have a good pregnancy outcome. Your diabetes will have to be managed carefully during your pregnancy, and your doctors will likely try to get your a1c even lower--e.g. Mid-6 range. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
My mullerian inhibiting substance-amh is 0.1ng/ml, ultrsound normal, please advise chances of normal pregnancy. My hba1c level is 8.5 please suggest.
I'm diabetic.I'm planning for pregnancy.What is perfect hba1c shoud I have before conception.I had insulin pumb?
~60-70%.: You have suboptimal control of your diabetes periconceptionally, therefore you face a ~10% risk of fetal anatomical defects and should see a genetic counselor to discuss this and a maternal-fetal medicine specialist for detailed prenatal ultrasound. Additionally, you will be at increased risk for preeclampsia, indicated preterm birth, macrosomia, cesarean delivery and infections. Seek mfm care! ...Read more
Hba1c=6.3%, blood glucose fasting=125.1mg/dl, tsh=6-31ulu/ml. What should I do to save my baby? I am in first trimester pregnancy. Please help.
Metabolic problems: First of all, don't panic. Many women develop sugar problems during pregnancy. Your obstetrician is trained to screen for these and other metabolic disorders that can cause problems during your pregnancy but once identified, you will be advised about how to manage these problems, sometimes using diet alone or with medication. You may also be referred to see an endocrinologist. ...Read more
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Hemoglobin A1C: This is a rough estimate of average blood sugar control over a three month period, more accurate than a single fasting blood glucose (sugar) level. In many tests, greater than 5.9 is considered abnormal, but you should discuss risk factors and prevention of diabetes with your doctor. ...Read more