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Question: I m in 8th month of pregnancy & detected with sugar on higher side.Kindly siggest remedy on same

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Answer: It may be gestational diabetics. Increased blood sugar level associated with pregnancy. It may settle down after your delivery. If needed your gynecologist will definitely advise you to take medication. Else follow their advise. Nothing to worry about
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