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Question: Hi ... I m 39 wk pregnant n m diagnoses with gestational diabetes.My sugar level after 2hr glucose test is 236. Plz suggest some diet n pls tell me is something to worry about

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Answer: Hello dear. Gestational diabetes is a condition in which a women without diabetes, will have higher blood sugar in pregnancy. Please don't get worried dear, It will not harm your baby ,if you maintain a steady amount of sugar in your blood.with proper diet and exercise it can be controlled,and you will produce a healthy baby,since you are Anemic can have beetroot weekly once , because it has an tendancy to increase blood sugar, These are few stragies can be followed to control blood sugar and helps in control Anemia... Limit the intake of corbohydrate in your diet , avoid to have white rice ,you can have rice in millet varieties,and include folate rich cereals,legumes,whole grains Include more proteins in your diet,that includes dairy products,lean chicken, fish , lentils, nuts and seeds Take lot of vegetables in your diet, avoid starchy vegetables like potatoes , peas ... Because it will increase the sugar level. Intake of fiber rich fruits like apples,pears , guava will help a lot,intake of fruits and veggies,will increase blood count too,avoid banana,mango, jackfruit will increase blood sugar value,can have bitterguard weekly once,will helps in Anemia and sugar control,can take turkey berry too Avoid sugar, caffeine, soft drinks, pastries,oil fried food Exercise Regular exercise in pregnancy will keep your sugar in control,go for mild walk morning and evening Make yourself engaged in some activities Try maternity yoga, don't get stressed, relaxed and be happy, have a safe and happy pregnancy.. Thank you .
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