Just wondering if anyone is dealing with this? I had my glucose test and it was high... so my docs have been having me test my blood sugar. My levels sem to be all over the place, sometimes fairly low (always above 70 though), sometimes on target, sometimes high (usually 130 - 140s, a couple of times just over 150.) I have looked online and normal values are between 70 -170) I've not been close to these numbers. The nutritionist I met with said that in pregnancy even a little elevation is too much, so they have me on a special diet. Still the numbers are the same area. I know that the meds I am taking can affect blood sugar (predinsone and pain meds for Rheumatoid Arthritis) as well as the pain itself and stress raising blood sugar. So now, even on the special diet my sugars being high, I guess means that I am going to have to go on insulin. I feel so frustrated in that it feels like one more thing added on to all the medical issues I'm already dealing with. Just wondering how you dealt with it.
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