19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My frbd is 20 weeks pregnabt.. her doc had given her first insulin in her first trimester. second insulin during her second insulin.. I checked wid my doc.. he told he will give first insulin in my 6months and second during seventh month.. Am confused???

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