HI, I am 34 weeks pregnant and have been diagnosed with GD following a 2 hour glucose intolerance test. My fasting test was around 4 and my 2 hour test was 9.2. The cut off in my NHS area is 8.5, so I meet the definition of having GD. I had an appointment with an NHS dietician and NHS diabetes nurse last week. They gave me an accu check monitor and asked me to check bloods 4 times a day: on waking, before lunch, before dinner and 2 hours after dinner. The dietician didn't ask what my current diet is, but told me I should be careful of eating too many carbs and that I should try to reduce my carb intake. In particular, I wake during the night every night and need to snack, usually on a cereal bar, and she wanted me to try to stop this. My usual diet contains a lot of fruit and veg, lots of wholegrain high protein bread, high protein greek yogurt, muesli, cereal, chicken, fish, potatoes, cereal bars, crisps, biscuits, sweets, cake, tea, water, fizzy juice, bacon and egg rolls, bircher museli, falafel wraps, chicken and avo wholegrain sandwiches etc. At the moment a lot of snacks as I find I can't eat a lot at once being so pregnant so I need to snack. When I reduce my carbs (i.e. replace crisps/cake/sweets with nuts and limit potatoes and fruit) all 4 of my readings are in the 4's. When I cut the middle of the night snack my fasting reading drops into the 3's e.g. 3.5, 3.7. When I have my usual cereal bar during the night my reading on waking is still about 4.1, 4.2. The only time I've had an above target reading was when I had a McDonalds veggie meal with chips and a fizzy juice, and then lay on the sofa for 2 hours not moving at all and then tested, and I was slightly above my post dinner target of 7. I'm feeling really tired and run down and struggling for energy. I'm tempted just to go add in my high carb treats and fruit and potatoes. Does anyone have any advice? Does this sound like I do have GD to you? It's all a bit confusing!