Hi Mariam, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
You are having what is know as Polyhydramnios, which is nothing but the presence of excessive amniotic fluid surrounding the fetus. There are various causes for this and one of them is definitely poorly controlled diabetes
and sometimes, no specific cause for polyhydramnios is found. What does your recent Scan report suggest regarding the baby? If your Doctor finds a birth defect
, you may need an amniocentesis
to test for a genetic defect. If the Amniotic Fluid Index
is more than 25 cms then the Diagnosis of Polyhydramnios is made and in your case it is 25.3cms. The normal Fasting Blood sugar should be between 70-99 mg/dL and Post prandial blood sugar is tested after 1.5 to 2 hours of Breakfast which normally should be between 70-145 mg/dL . You don't have very high values of your reports and you may not require any medications. Just avoid high calorie foods and eat healthy nutritious balanced diet which should include fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Go for regular Brisk walks and regular follow up so that your Doctor can keep a close watch on your Growing baby. More severe polyhydramnios
may be treated with medications or by having extra fluid removed.
Wish you Good Health, Take Care.