33 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have my gct 220.inc baby growth acc to gestational age. If I am in a risk of gestational diabetes. What to do and donts

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Answer: Hi...is your baby weight okay or more?
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    dr richa Goyal840 days ago

    Its 2466gm now. Bt growth shows 34 weeks which is more than lmp weeks

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