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How can high blood sugar during full term pregnancy be controlled ?

hi my mom is 39, and she is almst 9 mnths pregnant , she is checking her sugar because there is a chance tht she might hav diabetes , she jus checked her sugar a few minutes ago, and it was 193, wat can she do or wat shud she do after having it that high??
Asked On : Tue, 8 Mar 2011
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thanks for choosing health care magic.It is nice that at your age you are concerned about your mothers health.Your parents must be lucky to have child like you.anyway this blood sugar is high.But in pregnancy the blood sugar tends to rise at times and even can go beyond that.Ask her to avoid too much of sugar and restrict carbohydrate containing foods.Ask her to walk regularly if her doctor permits.Keep checking blood sugar regularly and keep your doctor posted about it.
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