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What is normal R.B.S in pregnancy?

what is a normal R.B.S result in pregnancy? mine was 3.4 and i want to know if this is normal. I am 22
Asked On : Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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Random blood sugar is between 70-110mg%.Most people fall in this range is there is no history of diabetes or other associated factors.
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Oral Glucose Tolerance Test is performed to diagnose Gestational Diabetes which occurs during pregnancy. It is the process of taking a series of blood glucose measurements after the patient drinks a sweet liquid that contains a high quantity of glucose. A normal blood sugar level after an oral glucose tolerance test is lower than 140 mg/dL. If the blood sugar level is 140 mg/dL to 199 mg/dL then the patient is diagnosed with prediabetes.
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