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26 weeks pregnant albumin/sugar raised IUGR.

Hello Doctor, My wife is 26 weeks pregnant. Her Albumin is showing 1+ now and her sugar is also little high ie., 1 hour after food is is showing 160-180 range. She developed this albumin problem during last pregnancy and it was IUGR. Kindly advise
Asked On : Wed, 27 Jan 2010
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Microalbuminuria ( Albumin in Urine ) in pregnancy is to be evaluated for Preeclampsia, Gestational Diabetes, Kidney Disorders, Impending Vascular disorders etc. Albumin/Creatinine ratio of the random urine sample twice is the most important and specific screening test to detect the pre eclampsia. Albumin in Urine is one of the most common causes of premature delivery and IUGR of the fetus, According to the American Diabetes Association, post lunch values of 140-199 mg/dL is considered to be prediabetes. We recommend she gets herself completely evaluated during this pregnancy for Gestational Diabetes, Pre eclampsia and Hypertension by the treating Obstetrician.
Answered: Mon, 1 Feb 2010
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