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My glucose screening test results said my levels were high, and now I have to take a glucose tolerance test. What does that mean?

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My glucose screening test results said my levels were high, and now I have to take a glucose tolerance test. What does that mean?

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For the first glucose screening you had, you probably had to drink a sugary-sweet drink and then, and hour later, have your blood drawn. Well, for the glucose tolerance test, it's essentially the same thing, but be sure to clear your schedule -- and bring along plenty to read! -- because you'll be hanging out at the doctor's office for three hours this time.

The glucose tolerance test is taken on an empty stomach, so your OB will probably ask you to fast about 14 hours beforehand (we recommend making an early morning appointment and skipping breakfast). When you get to the doctor's office or testing facility, you'll have your blood drawn. Then, you'll get another sweet drink (there will be more of it than last time, or it will be more concentrated). Then, at the end of each of the three hours, your blood will be drawn. The idea is to get an accurate picture of how your body processes sugars over time.

If one of your blood samples reads as abnormal, your OB might advise you to make some changes to your diet, or decide to test you again later. If two or more are abnormal, you'll be diagnosed with gestational diabetes and get information on treating it. But don't freak out about it. Know that gestational diabetes can be managed, and your doctor will watch you and baby closely throughout the rest of your pregnancy.

If you do have gestational diabetes, you might have another glucose tolerance test after baby's born, to determine whether or not you still have diabetes.

Plus, more from The Bump:

Gestational Diabetes Diet and Exercise

When to Break Up With Your OB

Surprising Facts About Prenatal Care Around the World

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Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

I had to do the one hour test. They make you drink this nasty sugary drink within 5 mins and then they take you 1 hour after you finish the drink. i needed to be at 139 or less and I was at 144. I just had my 3 hour done today. I had to fast for 12 hours (not easy being pregnant) and they took my blood once before the drink. then I had to drink the nasty drink, then every hour for 3 hours, they took my blood! a total of 4 times. (did I mention I hate needles!!)

elizabeth.skufca09 |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

Just make sure that if your doctor allows you to eat before the one hour test that you restrict yourself the day before as well. My doctor allows a bland breakfast, and if it is an afternoon appointment a bland lunch. They warned me not to eat sugar, or at least a lot of it, the day before. They had a woman make chocolate chip cookies the night before and it showed that she was extremely diabetic! She confessed to the cookie binge, they redid the test, and she was fine.

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my doctor(alternative medicine doc) recommended skipping the glucose tolerance. the huge amount of glucose intake is not a good idea for you or your growing baby. instead, consider running hemoglobin AIc. ask your o-gyn what they think about the alternatives to the glucose tolerance.

zaposalta |

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I'm at week 25 and I still get morning sickness. I was REALLY afraid that I was going to throw up the sugar concoction, but luckily I didn't. I had a bagel with cream cheese an hour before the test and I was fine. My stomach felt a little funny, but overall, it was a much better experience than what I was expecting!

Matt and Corey |

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I failed my first test I needed to be 139 but i was 142. testerday I went in for the 3 hour test and OMG it started off with a little prick on my finger, then they made mr drink the glucose soda(yuck) than i had to get blood drawn every half hour, so it was basically 6 blood samples and one finger prick. the blood samples were painful cause my veins were swollen from the needeles. I hate needles. my arms are now bruised and sore, but its all worth it to be the best i can for my baby. 32wks

marlene626 |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

I drank the glucose kool-aid and within 25 minutes I threw it all up. I'm scheduled to take the test again tomorrow morning but instead of the glucose drink, the nurse told me to eat 13 jellybeans. I'm much happier to do that! We'll see if the results are normal....

CAB12 |

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For the 1 hour test I had a choice of cola, orange, or fruit punch. Pick the cola if you can! Had to drink that in 5 mins, it was a little difficult at 8:00 in the morning. Waited and hour and the nurse drew blood. Waiting wasn't to bad - bring a book or magazine. My OB requires fasting so I thought I would be starving but the sugar fills you up. I failed this and had to schedule the 3 hour. Only had a choice of orange pop or fruit punch. The nurse suggested the orange - it wasn't too bad. Much sweeter than the 1 hour test. They take a fasting sample, 1 hour, 2 hour, and then the 3rd hour. I had 4 needle holes down my vein. The worst part was how tired you get in the 2nd hour and you can't sleep. I read my book and DH and I walked the parking lot. I was definately ready to eat when we were done. Do not eat anything sweet or fried afterwards! Have a bland meal with mostly protein. And you'll probably need a nap too. Good Luck! Another tip the nurse told me which I thought was helpful is to keep your arm straight after they draw blood, don't bend the elbow - it will reduce bruising. Finding out if you have GD is important early so you can protect yourself and your baby.

lrodor |

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I just got the results of Glucose Tolerance and it was actually low (60). I work night shift so I stopped eating at 2am and drank the drink at 7:45. Are there any problems associated with it being to low?

lpopwell |

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OMG each time somebody speaks of the test I want to cry I swear it has been torture for me ever since the first time... I HATE IT SO MUCH... I can't even look at it I swear I m tramatized... I have been trying to take the stupid test and the first time I lasted almost 2 hours without throwing it up... The next time it was less than an hour , then atfer that again less and less every visit was failure as soon as i took a sip I threw it up... I need to try something else... I can't see fruit punch the same ever again... They tryied a clear one and no it didn't work... They told me to get some pills to take before the test i think they made it worse actually... I still havent been able to do the test I need help... I dont want it its evil...

ElizaLaylaPardo |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

The problems that can be associated with low blood sugars include being cranky/confused, sweaty, shaky, and feeling generally ill. Glucose in your blood is a major source of weight gain for your little one. It also provides glucose for their pancreas to practice making and balancing insulin. I suppose if your blood sugars are too low throughout pregnancy, you could have a low birth weight baby. On the other hand, if your blood sugars were too high, you could have a large for gestational age baby. Neither would be ideal for your baby's (or your) blood sugar levels.

kbiel86 |

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I failed my glucose test both the 1hr and 3hr. My numbers were just a little high both times. Now I have to test my blood sugar 4 times per day and make sure I 'm gettting a enough carbohydrate in my diet. I was eating fruits,veggies,and protein but not enough carbs. The important thing to remember if you fail your glucose test is it not something you did worry, it's just the way your body process your blood sugar.

nd111508 |

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I just found out that I FAILED the 3 hour test. I am 29 weeks, and I meet with my doctor today. I know it's something you can't prevent, but now that I have this little guy inside me, you can't help but feel like you did something wrong... :( I am so bummed about having to prick my fingers and change over my diet to nasty foods. I thought this was the time we could eat what we want...within reason! :( I KNOW it's all for the best for my littloe man, though... It's just hard. Who has the time or the energy?

aknorman |

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I took the glucose tolerance test it took me a whole half hour to drink that nasty sugary drink. I lasted just enough to get my blood drawn and i threw it all up. I have never in my life felt so bad until i took that test. I had not ate anything since around 6 the day before and at 8 30 in the morning i started to drink the orange drink it made me so nautious especially since i dont really eat sweets or too much salt cuz i get repulsed. I expected my sugar to be high of course no water only drinking 50g of sugar and had no food in over 12 hours of course it was gna b high. i poke my finger every once in a while to check my blood and its perfectly fine now it makes me wonder is this test needed or is that their way to make money. My doc wants to repeat the test 3 hour this time 100 g of sugar yea right so i can end up in the hospital.. NO WAY im doing that test again i rather keep watching what i eat and poke myself to test my sugar. And avoid sugars. I love my daughter and i know she is going to be fine ive taken so many blood test and never showed any type of high blood sugar so i defiinately think i dont have diabetes especially when my blood sugar when i check is perfectly fine

BVERTOLI |

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Just took the test this morning, drank the orange drink and lasted about 30 minutes before I felt faint and then threw up. I have to come back tomorrow and re-take the test which I am not looking forward to :(

n0legirl |

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I had the same issue. The 1 hour came back "abnormal" so I went for the 3 hour this morning. I stopped eating at 8:00 last night and was at the place having my blood taken at 8am. I drank the drink (I was told to drink it in under 5 minutes) and within 20 minutes was lightheaded and throwing it up. They called my Dr and sent me home with no mention of me coming back, so I suppose we'll see at my next Dr.'s visit...until then, I am going to watch my sugar and carb intake, I suppose. I'm almost 31 weeks right now and had been measuring big so I figure it's best for me to plan that I have it. I hope they don't try to send me for that again....I don't think I could handle it again! I've been in bed all day today because I was so tired and sick after this morning. Kudos to those who kept it down!!

Kafries |

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I thought it was going to be worse than it really was for me. I drank the drink and it wasn't all that bad. Too sweet for my taste, but at least not disgusting. I had the fruit punch one. Tasted like Hi-C. I was expecting to get the call that I failed, but I didn't! I was soooo relieved! No 3 hour for me! =)

Zemmiphobia |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

I'm scheduled for the test in a couple of weeks, and my midwife gave me the option of drinking the liquid or having either pancakes and maple syrup or a cinnamon roll for breakfast before the test. Easy choice there!

NewYearsBaby2011 |

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With my first pregnancy I got extremely dizzy after drinking this stuff. I asked my doctor this time about alternatives to taking the test, and she said there were no other options. Either I had to drink this stuff and do the test, or skip this and be treated as a diabetic. So this time I am drinking this discusting drink and hope I pass.

stardust2511 |

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I took the one hour test and it came back elevated. I didn't fast that day, but I did eat just a granola bar about 4 hours before the test. So then I was all worried when preparing for the 3 hour test. I fasted for 12 hours before and I passed just fine. I didn't even have one elevated result from all 4 bloos samples. It sucks though. Good luck trying not to throw that stuff up.

Stef1985 |

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I just took my test two days ago [I'm 29 weeks] and after all the horror stories I'd heard, I was really worried. Thank goodness it wasn't nearly as bad as I was anticipating! I had to drink a lemon-lime drink - kind of like semi-flat Sprite or 7 Up - and then wait for an hour until the drew my blood. I luckily didn't throw up or anything and I got my test results back today and they're normal so no three-hour test for me! Yay!

elissa147 |

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I had it done at my 6th week. pretty early... I'm guessing I'll get the results on the day of my 1st OB appointment on friday

milagrost |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

I took the one hour glucose tolerance test and the dr called today with word that my results were slightly elevated. I have to go back for the 3 hour test. I had to fast for the first test and I'm sure it's going to be the same for the 3 hour test. I've never had trouble with my blood sugar before. I'm not overweight, I don't like sweets, and my baby is small for her gestational age. I don't understand why my results would come back elevated and I'm certainly not looking forward to the 3 hour test. I am curious if anyone knows the chances of the 3 hour test coming back normal?

Tirasset |

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I'm wondering the same. I have never had a problem with my blood sugar, I'm not overweight and I don't have a sweet tooth. When I got my results which were slightly elevated, I asked the nurse what it meant and she said I would need to do the yore hour but she said "Don't worry, 50% of the people who take e three hour are fine." I must admit, it's hard for me not to worry about my baby boy.

Epotochnik7 |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

Did the 1-hour where I had to drink the glucose drink and get my blood drawn in exactly one hour. My glucose levels were elevated (most likely my fault becaue I had lunch right before arriving to the doctor's office), so I had to do the 3-hour test a few days later. Came in as soon as the my doctor's office opened (no breakfast that monring, only water), my blood was drawn and then I had to drink the glucose drink and wait and get my blood drawn every hour for 3 hours. If you're alone bring something to keep you occupied. My fiance was with me, so he kept me laughing and the 3 hours flew by. The two receptionists also checked on me every now and then during the waiting periods.

MrsShort |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

After being told by numerous people that there is no alternative to the Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (and after telling them dozens of times that I will have a panic attack over that many blood draws), I finally got a midwife to recommend a diabetes testing kit to track my sugar. I read only 1 in 3 women who test positive during the screening will test positive during the actual test and didn't want to risk the unneeded stress for a simple diet change. I'm glad I didn't do the test! The spike of my sugar the morning of the one hour test had to have been a fluke because my blood sugar hasn't been over 117 at all since I've been tracking it on my own with an unrestricted diet.

brunoshort |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

I took my 1-hour test on Monday and found out Tuesday that my results were slightly elevated. She said anything at 130 or less is considered normal and my numbers came back at 133. I guess my ob uses different figures than other women who posted here that said their obs are fine with anything under 139. Anyway, I have my 3-hour test tomorrow morning and am hoping it will go fine! Because I am a vegetarian, I do tend to eat more carbs than I should, but I think I'll have a salad for dinner just in case. Wish me luck!

laustin35 |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

Does anyone know what is in the sugary drink, is it made from real sugar or high fructose corn syrup? I am really nervous based on the high fructose and the high rate of false positives. Has anyone else been offered a reasonable alternative such as the jelly beans or real OJ or 100% juice or organic lemonade? I am so willing to take the test if a reasonable alternative is offered.

VirginiaJ701 |

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It's glucose, not fructose, so it wouldn't be high fructose corn syrup. I'm pretty sure it's just real, concentrated sugar.

thewildboo |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

I did the 1-hour yesterday. My dr did not allow food beforehand so I scheduled first thing in the morning. I felt terrible but managed not to puke. Today she called and said my result was slightly high - 138 when it needs to be below 130 to "pass". She said they used to use 140 but now the cut-off is 130. So she said I'd have to do the 3-hour, but I said no. The way she reacted I don't think she hears that very often. But with such a borderline result (even "passing" by many other dr's standards based on what I've read here and elsewhere) I see no reason to subject myself to the torture. Remember ladies, doctors are only recommending these tests, you can say no. Use your judgment.

thewildboo |

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I just recently had the 3 hour testing done and it was relatively easy, except for the fact that I had to have the lemon-lime flavored drink instead of the others because I'm allergic to Red 40. My main concern was REMINDING them (at the hospital) that I was allergic to the red dye. FYI, if any of you do not know if you are allergic to any kind of coloring, my symptoms ranged from major migraines to nausea and vomiting but everyone is different. As far as I know there is no testing that can be done to find out if your allergic, you just have to learn from experience.. :( Not a good one either..

wyattsmommy1983 |

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I took the 2 hour test today (nobody else to have done a 2 hour?) My appointment was at 8am and I had to fast beforehand. The drew my blood then had me drink the glucose in 5 minutes. After all the horror stories I've read about the drink I was really nervous about it but it was not nearly as bad as what I anticipated-kinda tasted like a flat, extra syrupy, extra sugary orange soda. Nothing I would choose to drink but it could have been worse. If you're still dealing with any pregnancy nausea I can see why you would throw it up, about 5 minutes after I drank it I felt like I was going to throw up for a few minutes, but then it subsided and I felt fine. I then had my blood drawn again after waiting 2 hours. Don't have my results yet, but hopefully everything is normal!

kfitzsimmons88 |

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A word of advice for all of you who just can not stomach the drink, suggest an alternative source of 50g of sugar to your MD. I am allergic to corn and all of it's derivatives, therefore the drink would cause anaphylaxis for me. I get to eat candy that I am not allergic to for my test :)

heatherebee |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

I just took this test this morning. In my honest opinion, I think a lot of people are being overdramatic. It's really not that bad. I've had worse drinks and I found it wasn't unpleasant at all. I saw my dr. right after I drank it, so the first half hour went by really fast, then I sat and relaxed in the waiting room while I waited for my blood draw (which also wasn't bad, the AFP and Quad screens were 'worse' - more blood.) I was totally dreading this test after what I'd read online, but really, it can't be half as bad as labor. So, take it easy, relax and don't stress yourself out (like I do) about things that might not be as bad as they seem. Take care.

AnEVal |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

We opted out of the test because I have no risk factors. Additionally, the first test has such a high false-postive rate that I didn't think it was worth it.

MustanGTbaby13 |

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I just had my three-hour Glucose tolerance test and it was not as terrible as I was expecting. I had read many comments from various websites about how miserable this test was and how it made people feel nauseated and vomit. I had no such experience. I was tired and had to bring my husband along to keep me company. Thankfully I also did not have gestational diabetes so I can continue to enjoy the sweets.

amandakraby@hotmail.com |

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cai33 |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

I had my glucose test yesterday, it wasn't that bad. I didn't eat breakfast, drank the sugary orange drink at 9 am, it wasn't that bad tasting. Could have been worse. Then I had my appt while I waited the hour till they took my blood. Got the results today, everything is fine, thank God! I certainly didn't want to do the other testing. I didn't feel sick or anything after I drank the stuff, I think a lot of people stress out about it like I did, and make themselves sick. Just relax ladies and I hope it goes good for you too!

tripletfeb |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

I took the glucose test about a week ago. I expected it to be terrible because of my own family's description of the drink, but it was fine. It was actually a lot less sweet than they had me prepared for. I drank it in about a minute and didn't feel sick at all. My doctor told me I didn't have to fast so I had a very light breakfast and avoided sugar. Maybe not having an empty stomach is what helped me not feel nauseous. I don't have my next dr's appointment for almost 3 weeks so hopefully my results are fine.

aliciasavage21 |

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I failed my one hour test and had to do the three hour. I failed the second hour draw and had to retake the three hour, "just to be sure". I just finished my second three hour test. It's really not that bad. My trick is holding my nose when I drink the stuff. You can still taste the sugaryness of the three hour test drink (lemon lime), but it's WAY easier to get down.

kgaulin |

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I'm scheduled to do my 3 hour test tomorrow morning. I tried to do it once and didn't even get the whole bottle down before I threw it back up. Granted I had a lot of sinus drainage and was already nauseous when I walked in, but dang...For my one hour they wanted me to be at 130 and I was at 133. I can handle the drink, I've had to do an 8-hour test before which I'm sure was much more miserable than this. But all the same, I hate this test with a passion. Given I was only 3 points over, I'm wondering if I can do a different test instead.

briggs84 |

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I just did my test yesterday. The drink wasn't so bad( i had the fruit punch flavor), it was fine at first but got old about halfway through the drink haha Then to sit and wait an hour. I hate hate HATE needles, but at least they only took 1 vile of blood unlike the 6 or so at the beginning of pregnancy! My doctor said I could eat a non sugary breakfast so i'm just praying that didn't interfere and wont make me fail! I really don't want to do the 3hr. I hate all these hoops you have to jump through during pregnancy, first you have to drink a ton of water and NOT pee for your ultrasound. then they starve you and give you bad juice haha what's next?!

gwenathan |

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I took the 3-hour glucose tolerance test this morning, and it wasn't as bad as I had anticipated, even though I'm the type who hates needles and blood (I just look away or distract myself with my phone). First, they did a blood test pre-glucose drink to make sure I was a normal level to take the test. The nurse asked if I had been fasting, which I had not eaten anything for the last 13 hours (and I also avoided most sugar, potatoes, and rice for a day or two before). After I was considered normal, I drank the glucose drink in fruit punch. A lot sweeter than the last glucose test! The first hour was the toughest because the sugar kicks in on an empty stomach, which made me a little queasy. After an hour, my blood was drawn. This happened again two more times. Then I was finished! Like I said, it wasn't that bad. Mostly bored because I was alone, but I brought a book to read.

pamrobles |

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It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. After hearing all the stories about how gross the drink was & how sick I was going to feel, I was not looking forward to it. But I took one sip of the orange drink, looked at my husband and asked, "Is that it?" It tasted like a flat orange soda. Not something I would deliberately choose, but definitely do-able. Everyone is different, but I was surprised at how easy it was. Let's hope the rest of the pregnancy goes as well!

aggiecyd |

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I had to have the 3 hour test and it did not go well. drinking that nasty stuff on an empty stomach i threw up almost immediately after I drank it. I have to tell the doctor to put another order in that they can repeat it again. I am literally prepare to beg her to see if there is another way, I know mostlikely not, but I know I won't be able to hold it in. Very scare.

GGB8 |

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I had my glucose screening today, was expecting it to be a piece of cake. Long story short, 20mins after drinking the solution I passed out and came to with people surrounding me and my husband on the phone with 911. They sent me to the ER. It was a very long day and now I'm dreading taking the test again. Also, does this mean I failed the test?

Aces120509 |

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My doctor told me that with my history of nausea (constant morning, noon and night sickness even with meds they gave me to curb it), I would probably feel very sick and may throw up. BUT, I didn't find it too bad, to be honest. I was bummed when I found out I had failed because I made sure I ate very healthy for 3 days before (no sweets at all, no white carbs, all whole wheat, protein and veggies). I went back for the 3 hour. It consisted of a finger prick and 1 vial of blood drawn, then drink the orange sugar stuff, then wait for another vial to be drawn every hour. In total, it took 3 1/2 hours and 5 sticks/draws but I passed it!!! The worst part was that the longer test is a fasting one so I couldn't eat breakfast. That was a challenge!

MrsGurt |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

The essay writer wrote about this test. You can read all datails of it and see what results you must have.

Geneve87 |

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There are alternatives to this test. I didn't realize this until after failing the one hour test. Seeing how I "tolerate" fasting and ingesting a large dose of harmful sugar while pregnant didn't seem like the best option for me. So rather than taking the three hour test I opted to see an endocrinologist and watch my diet and exercise. I'm eating the way I should anyway and just prick my finger an hour after meals to make sure my blood glucose level is always ok. I'd rather know on a daily basis I have good levels than rely on a one time snapshot under extreme circumstances and subject my body to a much larger amount of sugar than I'd normally consume- especially without food. Talk to your doctor. Also make sure your insurance company allows you to see a specialist. I am so glad I went to see the endocrinologist and feel confident I can manage my blood sugar probably without medication.

rpatrick3 |

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The test is taken to confirm if you have gestational diabetes. I took the test last weekend. I went to sleep hungry; as I was instructed not to eat 12 hours prior to the test. I woke up to a growling belly. I arrived at the office. They took my blood. Gave me a cold orange liquid to drink. I have read many bad things about this, the drink I had was not sweet. It reminded me of the freezer pops of my youth. The ones you buy as liquid and place in the freezer. I waited the hour, and they took my blood again. I was so hungry by the time it was over. The best part of the day, I had a MCD's breakfast.

foxpaz2009 |

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That's interesting that many people had to fast before the one-hour test because my doctor specifically told me to eat as I normally would because fasting would give a false result. Anyways I tried to take the test today. It sucked. My friend had told me that the drink was really nasty and that she had to retake the test three times because she could never get the drink down without throwing up so I was prepared for the worst. It wasn't that bad, the worst part for me was just having to drink so much in such a short amount of time. But I got it down so I thought I was doing good. My boyfriend and I were just sitting in the waiting room talking trying to pass the hour and I started feeling very dizzy and nauseous so I asked the doctor if I were to throw up if I would have to re-do it and they said yes so to try not to and suggested we go for a walk and get some fresh air. We got as far as the entrance to the lab before I threw up everywhere so I have to go back on Friday and re-do it which I am not thrilled about. I wish there was some alternative but I know from my friend that at least at the doctor we go to they don't offer one.

authorofdreamz |

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I took my 1 hr glucose test last week and my doctor said im slightly elevated, which of course i got to do the 3 hr test this coming tuesday. Im scared and constantly thinkin gabout it and it stressful. Any suggestions on how the 3 hr test results are? Not really a sweet tooth and soda pop freak, and im freaking out literally. So confused!

dkoots928 |

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For those who is curious if there is alternative test besides drinking that nasty drink. I actually switched to a midwife practice and no one would tell you unless you ask. There is three different ways to take glucose test. 1.Drink that they alway offer. 2. Eat something very sweet prior the test, such as pancakes with syrup. 3. Fast before the test. I chose number 3 option and will be doing it today. I wanted to make sure i won't be drinking this sweet sugary drink, I'm pregnant with third one and i hate the taste of it. I wish i would of find out about it earlier, its interesting how much i searched online no one knows about it.

Devchenka |

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Yes you drink the sugary nasty drink. Hopefully your Dr office is nice enough to make it cold for you like mine was. Then once you are finished the Dr or nurse will tell you to come back in 1 hour. At that time you will either sit or walk - no food or water for that hour - bored out of your mind most of the time. Then you will have at least 1 if not 2 or 3 vials of blood drawn. Most of the time they will also test you for anemia at the same time. Voila!! That's it. I will say that if you can - try to walk or do something to burn some of the sugar drink out of you while you are on your way home though. I was a little dizzy and nauseous since I am not a sweets fan but after walking through Central Park back home I felt much better and was able to eat dinner. I passed easily. However, be sure that you are following the Dr. instructions when they are testing you.

Jerzee1974 |

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Basically you go to the clinic and they give you 50 mg of this sugary substance that tastes like a melted popsicle. You have to wait at the clinic for an hour and then they take blood samples. it's to see if you are experiencing pregnancy diabetes. if the results are inconclusive or if you are slightly over they will make you take another test where you drink 75 mg of the sugary stuff and then they retest. make sure you don't throw up the sugary stuff before the blood test because then you have to re-do it!!good luck

renatasgoingtobeamom |

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I was dieting before I got pregnant. So I all but cut sugar out of my diet. When I went in for my GTT it made me sick to my stomach. And then at the hour mark when they called me in to do the blood draw I had completely crashed and was asleep. But the drink wasn't bad tasting. It was lemon-lime and tasted like flat sprite.

snickers1015 |

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When I went in for the one hour test (I recommend making an appointment if you can). I had the orange flavored drink and LOVED IT!!! I actually wished I could have had another one to drink. The nurse said that I was the first person she ever had that actually liked the stuff. My recommendation is the Orange flavor and make sure it's super cold. Afterwards, I went and grabbed some Arby's!! I'm 11 weeks now, so I'll have to go through it again, hopefully it's just as tasty as I remember :-)

andersonf2 |

Q&A: Glucose tolerance test?

I have not had to take the test yet; however, I have noticed the high number of people responding that their levels were slighly elevated or elevated after taking the one-hour test. Why are there so many people with this result? How accurate is this test?

kellyl831 |

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This test was the biggest waste of time and money ever. So you find out you have gestational diabetes when you are nearing the end of your pregnancy and then what? The only thing you can do is clean up your eating habits, which is pretty much common sense. Gestational Diabetes typically clears up within months of having your newborn anyways. As someone who is uninsured, I feel like this was the biggest waste of $500 I have ever spent in my life.

sararose84 |

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P.S. To all of you who are considered "low-risk" the hospital will recommend that you take this test anyway. Don't waste your money when all the hospital wants is to fill up that hour time slot and bank some more. Eat a healthy balanced diet, watch the type of carbs you are eating, take your prenatals and try to get in moderate-light exercise daily.

sararose84 |

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I just took the test today after putting it off for weeks. The first time I went I drank water during the one hour period so they sent me home. I'll be 36 weeks tomorrow and I went in and drank the orange drink. They took three viles of blood. During the third one I got light headed and all I remember is my head hitting the table I was sitting behind lol Then I woke up and threw up all over the place. I felt like I was going to die. I'm not sure if this means I passed or failed :-( I just know if they think I'm doing the 3 hour test they have another thing coming.

TheBoelsches |

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Gestational diabetes can happen to the best of us, even if we eat well balanced, sleep well, exercise and do the best for ourselves and our growing babies. It can also occur in one pregnancy and not the other. It is so important to know your blood sugars are stable to ensure the best growing environment for your baby/ies. It sounds like the test is not fun and might be costly without insurance, but to know your growing baby is in the best safety we can give it, isn't it worth it? Babies born to GD moms can have complications if mom's blood sugars are not well maintained.

hoveyc |

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I am super nervous for this test, I still have a few weeks to go, but I am reading ahead to prepare for the weeks to come (we are moving so I won't have internet for a bit and I will have finals before that...yay) diabetes runs in my family on my dad's side so I am nervous about that. The main problem is that I have TINY veins, they can never draw blood from my arm so they always have to get my hands. I am nervous that they will have to get my hands for this test too. Anyone have them draw all that blood from their hands? Any advice?

Sacura |

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I am responding to this because of the post that said the teat is a waste and all you can do is clean up your diet? This is a very uneducated reply. High blood sugar can be very dangerous for you and you're unborn child. That feeling of being faint and sick after drinking the sugary drink? That is how the child of a diabetic will feel when he is born if his mothers sugar is not controlled during pregnancy. Doctors can monitor your diet and prescripe medicine that is extremely safe for you and your baby!

feelinscrappy |

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When we have to do the 1 hour one we have to fast the night before.They take ours first and it has to be less then 95.Then we have to drink that nasty stuff and wait 1 hour adn check it and if higher then 140 you fail and have to take the 3 hour one.I have to take the 3 hour one cause I failed the first one.

mouille |

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I had to do the two hour test at 30 weeks. First, they drew my blood when I arrived. Then I had to drink about 12 oz. of some super sweet lemon/lime liquid. It tasted ok, but the drink was so sweet it made me very nauseous. I could not leave the building and had to stay there for two hours. They phlebotomist then drew my blood at one hour and again at the two hour mark. I was then free to leave. I was able to tolerate the test, but I did not like feeling so nauseous. The nausea lasted for about a day and a half.  Pregnancy Ticker

JessDixon2010 |

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Did the one hour glucose test a few days ago. Drank the 50gram orange drink - tastes like a flatter version of Fanta. Downed it in less than a minute - not too bad and I'm not a soda/sweet drink lover. Felt vaguely nauseous but may have just been my mind playing tricks on me expecting to feel sick! My results were 120 mg which are normal. (I even ate a piece of cake about 2 hours before my test.) I was expecting to fail since I started my pregnancy at 60 pounds overweight and have gained 19 pounds at 27 weeks. Had an ultrasound today where my little girl measured 3.2 pounds at 27.5 weeks! The doc was concerned but got my glucose results and said 120 was normal and I just grow big babies! (My son was 9 1/2 pounds - that was 18 years ago!) I would not skip this test based on the fact you may think you have no risk factors. A good friend was super fit/athletic/healthy diet and failed the one hour and failed the three hour - diagnosed with GD. Me - obese/relatively sedentary/cake lover - passed. So please don't risk your baby's health..or yours. It may be unpleasant drink but so much better than a newborn with serious problems!

DaisyMom15 |

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I am 25 weeks and did the one hour glucose test a few days ago. One hour before the test my doctor had directed me to eat a light breakfast (which is his key to his patients pasing). So I had 2 scrambled eggs, a whole wheat english mufffin and a big glass of water. Upon arrival at the lab, I drank the 50mg orange drink which tasted like super sweet gatorade to me. It only took a few minutes to drink and went down OK. I was doing fine until about 40 minutes in when I got very hot, sweaty, and queesy. I asked if I could have water and was informed that I couldn't. So I went outside (it was 14 degrees) in my t-shirt and the cold air help the sweats and to calm my stomach back down. I sat on the floor by the door for about 5 minutes until everything passed. I was white as a ghost, but never vomitted or passed out (thanks goodness). By the time I got myself back together it was time to take my blood so I could go on my way. I was convinced that after that episode that I had failed, but was pleasantly surprised to learned I passed!! A few hours later I desperately needed a nap as I "crashed" from all the extra sugar in my system. As long as you don't throw the stuff up, you can complete the test and have a chance at passing! Hope my experience helps!

RitaPG |

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I took the 1 hour test and I failed. I eat well, I am not over weight and excercise normally . Don't have any history of diabetes in my Fam. So I took the 3 hour test today, it sucked big time. With in 40 minutes I had the worst sugar rush. I was shaking and sweating, almost passed out. Really dizzy and had to lay day for about a half an hour for it to pass. I do not want to do that ever again!

mollymartha |

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It's not bad. You drink a sugary liquid (mine tasted like orange soda) and then they take your blood an hour later. So take a book with you. The next day they call and tell you if you passed or not. The good news is that they test your blood for other stuff too, so you can supplement with vitamins if they find something.

melilipian |

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I had it a few weeks ago. They gave me the orange stuff. Tasted like flat soda with extra sugar. About 2 hours after my blood was already taken, I started to get the shakes and had to eat something. Was weird. Never did get results back, but figured I would've heard something by now if they needed to re-test.

JGO4885 |

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I KNOW it's all for the best for my littloe man, though... It's just hard. Who has the time or the energy?

nabhajazz |

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I didn't even have one elevated result from all 4 bloos samples. It sucks though. Good luck trying not to throw that stuff up.

nabhajazz |

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I was 12 weeks when I took the test (now at 14). I drank the lemon-lime solution as wuickly as possible. I felt a little queasy afterward, but I'm pretty sure that's because I was told to "chug it" and I did. Haha. However, I'm a little annoyed that my doctor wanted me to take it so early since I'm not obese, diabetes doesn't run in my family and I haven't had any concerns about feeling faint or even really that much morning sickness. I almost feel like I took it unnecessarily but I know it's good to make sure that the little guy growing in there is taken care of.

Nettersaurus |

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I feel bad for all the women who had a bad experience with the Glucose tolerance test. Granted the stuff doesn't taste the best, but seriously?? It is not that bad. If you can't handle that, imagine what labor is gonna be like? Compared to a Barium swallow test or CT scan oral contrast, it was a piece of cake. My only problem was that I felt like I was on a sugar high for the next couple of hours. They tell you to chug it, but I sipped mine over a few minutes and it went down and stayed down fine. Tasted more like the McDonald's orange drink they serve.

krittybrown |

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I failed the 1 hour test and my doctor told me I should go on a restricted diet and see a dietitian whether I pass or fail the 3 hour. I am extremely healthy and work out borderline too much. I haven't gained a lot of weight at all. He said he is concerned I will deliver a big baby. This is my second pregnancy and I did not pass my 1 hour last time either but did pass my 3 hour. I'm taking my 3 hour next week. I didn't have that reaction from my doctor in my last pregnancy so I'm confused why it's different this time. I haven't changed practices either. My daughter was born at 7lbs. but two weeks early so I guess she would have been a big baby if she was full term. But I'm still so confused. I feel as though they are trying to make me anorexic!

ljbloss |

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My first Glucose tolerance test with DD I was at a birthday party the night before and had cake and soda not even thinking about it so the 1 hr was a little high they said. Sooo I had to do the 3 hr one and it came back fine.

cjhume |

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I passed 3 hour glucose test! I was so twisted up about that! I think my 1 hour results were 160 and they want you below 130/140 depending on what your doctor says. Being that is NOT close at all i thought that was a BAD sign! Here are my exact results for the 3 hour (in case god forbid you have to go through the same thing)..... first hour i needed to be between 65-94. i tested 72. second hour in needed to be below 180. i tested 154 third hour i needed to be below 155. i tested 115 fourth hour i needed to be below 140. i tested 102 If you aren't nauseous and don't mind needles it really isn't that bad. I was starving after the three hours and light headed and dizzy but I don't care as long as I passed! I fasted from 8:30pm the night before and took the test at 7:15am the next day. I also posted two above this post so this is just a little update:)

ljbloss |

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Well i had my 3 hr glucose screening today because apparently my 1 hr (at 27 wks) gave a result of 131. I asked the nurse about the reading and she said they just changed the criteria from 139 to 130. So because I was 1 stinky point above the "normal" I was a pin cushion for the entire morning and was subjected to that sugary drink at 8:30 in the morning after fasting for 12 hours. Around the 2nd hour I started to feel really lightheaded. Results tomorrow...praying for the best!!

Sunshyne74 |

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During both of my previous pregnancies, they made me take a glucose test. I don't know about anyone else, but with my test, I had to fast from 10pm the night before, give blood, then drink the 50g of glucose, wait an hour, then donate blood again. If you pass out, faint, black out, or throw up, they make you come back and re-do the test.

QuilterMomOf3 |

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@bvertoli- i couldnt agree more!! I have had an experience extrememly similar to yours. I failed both the 1-hr and the 3-hr, and was told I needed to check my sugar 4x/day, and go meet with this diabetic specialist repeatedly. I met with her once- got all kinds of materials and test kit, spent two hours listening to her explain what I already knew since my stepdad is diabetic. I have been checking my levels for almost a month now and I am always well within normal ranges. I also have come to the conclusion that it is a way for them to make money. Also, they are now wanting me to do repeated sonograms and stress tests? For what reason? My suagr levels are perfect, so is my blood pressure, babys heartbeat and measurements. I do not think all these tests are good for me or baby, or medically necessary. I am getting very disillusioned with this doctor and considering changing, but at 32 weeks?

rihannsulady07 |

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I was really worried about gestational diabetes, because my mom had it while she was pregnant, and my grandpa had full-blown diabetes. I was nervous the entire time I was waiting for the results. Thank goodness they came out good!

lollypop1989 |

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I failed the 1 hour test by a few points. Today I went back for the 3 hour. Chins up moms! In the grand scheme of things, this is really not that bad! If this is the worst appt you have to endure in your pregnancy, please consider yourself so blessed. I received so unsettling news at our 20 week ultrasound appt, but im still so happy and our baby is healthy and when I think about what i went through the few days following that appt, drinking some sugary soda for the health of my baby really feels like the smallest bump in the road. You'll most likely get through this just fine and if you do fail the 3 hour, your doctor is going to to monitor your blood sugar for the wonderful health of you and your little bundle. Best of luck and good wishes to all!

gigisgal |

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I had to do the 3 hour test when my first test came back abnormal. I got extremely queasy the last time and almost threw it up. Good thing I didn't 'cause I didn't want to go through that again!

CJCross81 |

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So I just got my 3 hr test back. The nurse said I failed it and it was too high. My sister and mom have high blood sugar but I never have. I used my sisters monitor to test my blood after my 1-hour and it was 111. I tested it again after my 3-hour and it was 99. two weeks ago I had it tested and in was 93. I will do it again in the morning before I eat breakfast and 2 hours after to see what it does. Any suggestions of why its always normal if I prick my finger but not after the two tests? Before I took both of them the last things I ate were about 12 hours before the test the night before.

heybeautiful |

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This test is really upsetting me. I have 0 risk factors I'm 23 with no diabetes anywhere in my family, not even one. I avoid corn sugar and food coloring so taking the first test I just waited for it to be over because it was the last thing I wanted to feed my baby. To my shock and horror I failed and had to do the 3 hr. I couldn't go until 1 pm so I fasted from 10 pn to 130 pm. My fasting was low at 55 duh I hadn't eaten in over 13 hrs then my next was 144 then 191 then 154 I don't even know how that happens we eat organic and healthy and I'm at 20bmi before pregnancy and I run.... I'm convinced this test is just a way to suck more money out of me even though I have insurance.... Can't wait for the bill to come and for them to modify my diet... To exactly what I've always eaten.

hvaughan518 |

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I think the most important thing is to remember that the glucose tolerance test in pregnancy is not required, and you could say "No" to it if you don't find it necessary to take it. It is proven that 7 out of 10 tested pregnant women didn't have to take it. So if you don't have any history of diabetes in your family and you haven't had any problems yourself you should definitely do your research in order to decide whether or not to overload yourself and your baby with so much sugar and then go through all the rest of unnecessary crap described above for absolutely nothing.

vikiS |

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I just took the 3 hour test yesterday. One thing that you should know is that if you get anxious about needles (as I do) you are probably going to fail the 1 hour glucose screening. When you get anxious, it makes your body prepare for a fight or flight response -- or in other words hold on to extra glucose in case you have to fight something off or run away. If this is why you failed the 1 hour, it will not make you fail the 3 hour. There is a really high false positive rate with the screening (1 in 5 women will test positive, while only about 5% of women will actually turn out to have GD). These are the tips that I can give you for the 3 hour test: bring water with you (I brought a liter) - it will help you keep the 100g glucose drink down; tell them (don't just ask) to lay you down while they draw blood and do not sit up until you are sure that you are feeling fine; if you start to feel faint or warm then lie dow on your side and put a wet, cold paper towel on your forehead and behind your neck -- in hindsight, I would have brought my yoga mat so I could've been more comfortable on the floor; download a movie to your phone (I say a comedy, laughter is the best medicine) it will keep you distracted a lot better than reading; and finally, keep a food journal now, I did this so if they told me I had to see a nutritionist, I could show them that I never have more than 25g of sugar in a sitting, so if I had tested positive for GD then I have already been controlling it with my diet. Good luck ladies! And most importantly, try to relax!

eceipretsam |

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It totally agree with Hbg A1c testing instead of GTT, because at 24-28 weeks you have been pregnant for at least 3 months (the span of time that A1c looks at because you're red cells live for 3 months before dying, and all the sugars they have bound up over that time will show). A1c measured the degree of control that a diabetic person has accomplished, so if they have had sugary binges then 'sober up' before the doctors appointment, it will still show up. For those with low risk factors (no one in my family has diabetes, I've never had a glucose test over 100 even without fasting, my only factor is being somewhat overweight).. random glucose testing would be a good jumping off point. I mean, I hate sugary drinks as it is. Regular soda grosses me out because it's like hummingbird food to me. I couldn't imagine doing the GTT and hope my doc doesn't make me do it. :(

aneal138 |

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And according to the Affordable Care Act, Glucose Tolerance Testing is covered 100% if you have insurance

aneal138 |

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If you are reading these posts because you are nervous for the test- stop reading them!! I made that mistake and was beyond nervous the entire day before my test. I feel nauseous when I eat too much sugary stuff so I was convinced I would have that feeling- if not barf. Thankfully I talked to people I know who told me its really not that bad. When I took the test I had the choice of orange or fruit punch drink. I chose fruit punch and it really was not that awful. It prob took me three minutes or less and that was me taking my time so I didn't do it too fast. Then I just waited for an hour (the most painful part of the entire test). I did not feel a drop of nausea. This is a COMPLETE MIND OVER MATTER test to get through. If you think you can't do it then you can't. Good luck and stop googling things like this!! I know I learned my lesson big time!

samanthawolf89 |

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I took the test on Monday and actually thought the orange tasted kinda good. It was so cold though I had trouble drinking it in the 5 mins. Waiting was boring thankfully my boyfriend came with the keep me entertained. I didnt feel shaky or sick just bored and hyper. I took an amazing 2 hour nap when I got home from the sugar rush crash. Wasn't that bad to me. From the things I read it sounded terrible but for this momma it was smooth sailing. Good luck!

huntocarney |

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I don't want to have any drinks with colorants. I have the test in 2 weeks. If they don't give me another option, I won't do it. I find this test very stupid because they just can take blood samples and check your sugar. Then if you are high risk thats another story. No?

livilusu |

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My experience was a little different. Although, like they said, the drink is NOT that bad. Forget the horror stories you've heard. It basically tastes like overly sweetened juice. Nothing you can't handle. For mine I had a 2 hour test, with blood being drawn at the beginning, the one hour mark, and then at the end of the second hour. Had I failed, I would have had to come back to repeat the test, but for four hours. The hardest part really is not being able to eat. You have to fast starting at 9 or 10pm the night before and can't eat until the test was over. I was SO ready for some food! Most places will have snacks for you once the test is done, but I'd bring something just in case.

EverydayTrish |

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I wish someone told me to not just fast 2 hours before hand, but to watch what I ate the day before as well. I didn't pass the 1 hour test and I'm dreading going in for the 3 hour. The 1 hour test is NOT THAT BAD however. I don't know why people spazz out about it.

Bride-hilda |

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I'm scheduled for the 1 hr test in a few weeks. My doctor doesn't require fasting before, which I'm thankful for. I've heard horrors about the drink, but I'm sure it's nothing I can't handle. I'm just hoping it comes back positive, because I'm not thrilled about the idea of the 3 hr test!

Joibubble05 |

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Took the test last week. I agree with others that the drink was kinda gross. I only had dry toast for breakfast that day (per my OB nurse's instruction) and downing what was basically the equivalent to overly sweetened kool-aid on a relatively empty stomach DID make me pretty sick. So much so, I wondered if it was an idication that I was going to fail the test. (So for those who say others are just exaggerating, please... its all subjective. To some its no big deal. But I was one of those that doesn't like clawingly sweet food or drinks on an empty stomach.) But anyway, got my test results back yesterday and I passed with flying colors. Glad I don't have gestational diabetes and I won't have to drink that stuff again. Eck!

shellyboo_98 |

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My sister was constantly craving for frozen yogurts when she was in her second trimester, so that my brother-in-law finally came up with the idea of starting a donper frozen yogurt machine small family business and, from what I can tell you, that was the most inspired professional decision that they could have ever made because it is still going very well for them.

conquerer |

Glucose Tolerance Test?

First I want to thank all the ladies that have given there input experience and opinion about this test. Pregnant with my second child I failed the 1 hour test. I know for a fact that I had a chocolate craving and had soda which I never drink in the first place made me fail the test. I would suggest those taking the test don't load up on sugar if you normally don't, skip your cravings. After reading all the advice I decided not take the 3 hour test. I have a 16 month old and having her stay any where for 4 hours other than the house is not a good idea. The thought of me passing out really stressed me out cause who would watch me daughter. As it is she is a runner and I dont need to pass out and have my daughter run wild with no one watching her. Also I know my body I haven't been doing my yoga or even eating, with the little one it is so difficult to do anything.I told the dr to treat me as a diabetic I have 11 weeks left and if anything this will force me to eat right and keep up my exercise, plus the worst part of my c-section was the needle they put in my arm. I am more an alternative approach kind of person and I know my body.

sandbar22 |

Glucose Tolerance Test?

I just had the tolerance test today. I had to fast for 8 hrs before the test. I came into the doctor's office and had my blood drawn. Then I drank the glucola drink which had 100g of sugar in it! Felt a little strange 5 minutes after drinking the drink, but then was ok. Had my blood drawn again 1 hr later. Then, another blood draw 1 hr after that. After the 3rd blood draw I started feeling really sick and almost passed out. I had my husband fanning me and luckily didn't pass out. I finally had one more blood draw and ate some popcorn before leaving the office. I had to eat, which is why I almost passed out.

ebrulz34 |

Glucose Tolerance Test?

I'm due for this test and I'm going to talk to my doctor. It does seem like a set up for false positives and though I doubt I'd throw up (I've had no morning sickness) I question why they wouldn't just have you drink a can of coke or sprite. Seems stupid to me. I may decline it all together. Seems like a waste of time and money.

T&Asbaby |

Glucose Tolerance Test?

I didn't have to drink the nasty stuff for my glucose test. My midwife told me what I had to eat for breakfast which consisted of 2eggs 2 pieces of toast with butter on them 4 ounces of OJ and 8 ounces of skim milk. I haven't gotten any results back yet but I go for my regular appointment tomorrow.

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Glucose Tolerance Test?

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Glucose Tolerance Test?

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