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Treatment for glucose tolerance test - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Good afternoon doctor..
Doctor :   Thank you, Very Good Afternoon
User :   I just wanted to know what are the fruits that i need to avoid to control the sugar levels.. ( I am in teh 28th week of pregnancy).. My GTT results are in the normal range however i just want to caustiously keep a check on the same.. As they say as the pregnancy progresses the levels tend to fluctuate
Doctor :   I am reading
Doctor :   GTT is a screening test
Doctor :   When it is negative you have no diabetes
Doctor :   When you borderline values , your have glucose intolerance. what is you condition
Doctor :   vaues wiih in range
Doctor :   or slightly borderline
User :   Iam more closer to the border lines...
Doctor :   Then You are normal
User :   within the normal range
Doctor :   GTT is very good test
Doctor :   If you are prone to diabtetes it will disclose it
Doctor :   I dont think you need to follow diabetic diet
User :   Ok..Thank you so much..
Doctor :   Just ckeck ur bllod sugars every momth
User :   Will do.. Thank you.
Doctor :   But avoids Excess sweets,
Doctor :   I will tell u waht fruits to eat in diabtetics
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