Faint line means its weakly positive. If you are more than 6weeks pregnant then you can directly get an ultrasound
to confirm pregnancy
. If you are less than 6 weeks then you need to do a blood test
for beta hcG.
An ultrasound is a better option.
Pregnancy with diabetes is definitely a high risk pregnancy. Safe outcome is ensured only if your sugar levels are controlled.
There are risks of miscarriage
, congenital defects, polyhydramnios
(increased fluid around baby), big baby, intrauterine death of baby and many more if blood sugar levels are not under control.
Also if you are taking oral tablets for diabetes treatment then in pregnancy it is a must to switch over to insulin as these tablets have side effects on baby. Insulin is used to treat diabetes in pregnancy.
So for now you should confirm your pregnancy first by visiting a gynecologist and getting an ultrasound.