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Salam semua....

Its been a while since i left this so called my tempat merapu. And...its been 37 weeks of my 2nd pregnancy. 3 more weeks to go huh. Pejam celik pejam celik kejap je mase berlalu. Daripada 1st trimester yg menyeksakan sampailah ke 3rd trimester yg menduga keimanan.

This time, morning sickness lebih teruk dr first pregnancy. Dah la teruk lame plak tuh. Totally ok bile nk masuk 5th month. Haru sungguh la. Tu la org ckp, lain anak lain pulak pembawakannye sabar je lah..

Masuk 7 bulan, buat glucose test, positive gestational diabetes plak. Amik kau kene buat finger pricks hari2. Dah agak dah sebab first pregnancy dulu memang ade so chances tuk ade lg this time mmg tinggi. Cumanya kt sini agak strict. Diorang monitor betul2. Siap bg test kit lg suh check everyday kt rumah. First week boleh la layan. Hari2 lepas mkn, tgk jam then cucuk. Siap ade buku rekod OKEY!!! Lepas seminggu tgk reading mcm ok je walau mkn byk mane pun so ape lg mengelat la. Rase mcm nak check, baru check. Bile nak gi check up baru menggagau fill in the blank.

Sedikit tentang Gestational Diabetes:
Gestational diabetes (or gestational diabetes mellitus, GDM) is a condition in which women without previously diagnosed diabetes exhibit high blood glucose levels during pregnancy (especially during third trimester of pregnancy). Diabetes develops when the body can't produce enough insulin (insulin deficiency), or produces a normal amount of insulin but the body’s tissue does not respond normally to the insulin (insulin resistance). Insulin is a hormone made by the pancreas, which regulates the amount of sugar available in the blood for energy, and enables any sugar that isn't immediately required to be stored. During pregnancy your body has to produce extra insulin to meet your baby's needs and your body becomes naturally more insulin resistant, especially from mid-pregnancy onwards. If your body can't produce enough insulin or develops too much insulin resistance, you will have too much sugar in your blood and may develop gestational diabetes. Gestational diabetes usually resolves itself after your baby is born. However, if you have had gestational diabetes in one pregnancy, you are more likely to get it again in future pregnancies. You are also at a greater risk of developing Type 2 diabetes later in life and you will need to be regularly screened by your doctor throughout your life. You can reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by paying attention to what you eat and how much exercise you get. Pesanan khidmat masyarakat dari my GP " must NOT get fat OK!"  sigh...

Sneak peek of my lil pumpkin at 35th week...

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faxxi said...

semoga selamat ye lin. :)