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HBA1c When pregnant

Discussion in 'Pregnancy' started by abba2020, Jul 31, 2019.

  1. abba2020

    abba2020 · Newbie

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    hi all ...
    what was your HBA1C when you found out you were pregnant and how are your pregnancies?
     
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    jenni34 Type 1 · Member

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    Hi I'm 13 weeks my HBAC1 was 59 .Had my first scan yesterday and baby is doing well.
     
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    stereotypeone86 Type 1 · Member

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    Hey there,my HBA1C was 43 when I conceived but it’s since dropped to 37.I’m now 16weeks pregnant.I struggled with a lot of hypos in my first trimester but switching from Novorapid to FIASP has helped a lot.
     
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    ae45 · Member

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    Hi. My hba1c was 77 before pregnancy. I am in 32nd week of pregnancy and everything is going smooth. However now my hba1c is 41. But my doctor told me hba1c doesn't matter in later pregnancy as most of the women's experience drop in hemoglobin level.
     
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