27 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My wife is 18 weeks pregnant.We are monitoring her suagr level.Its Between 100 to 110 for fasting and 160-180 post meal.Is this sugar level high.She is on bed rest so cannot take walk.Please suggest way to control sugar level.

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Answer: hi you should cancel today doctor for property dose of medications in the meanwhile you should see that there is she does not have any sugary food we should avoid can't she should avoid fried food and oily food this one also help
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