"Hi Everyone! I haven't logged in for a while, but I wanted to update everyone that on June 4th I delivered a healthy baby girl (5 weeks early)! I was diagnosed with preeclampsia and had to be induced. Although my blood sugars had a rough time…"
"I'm having the same issue - I use Bayer Contour and Express Scripts. I'm not sure if this will help, but before they came out with the Contour meter, Minimed used a meter called a Nova Max Link (it communicates with the pump the same way…"
"I was scared to death to get pregnant. But when the time came I was 30 and had diabetes for 17 years and like most people who are diagnosed early in life, didn't have the best history of being in control. I worked hard to get my A1C's in…"
"This is very inspiring to read! I have been working hard at getting my A1C's low enough to get the OK from my doc to begin trying to get pregnant, and sometimes feel like it will never happen. I'm glad to see it's possible :)"
"I have had diabetes for 26 years and have four beautiful daughters. It was a ton of work when I was pregnant, but of course it was worth it. As far as the NST testing goes, it was a huge pain for me. I never had them with my first, a couple with my…"
"Thanks, ladies! It's good to know that I'm not alone and I do feel like we're going to be doing the full scan every time anyway! I am hoping they just start to schedule me that way so that other patients don't have to wait while…"
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