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Thread: GTT and lower BSL levels

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    Default GTT and lower BSL levels

    Did anyone else have lower BSL levels during the GTT test? My fasting level was 4.1 then an hour after the glucose drink it was 3.2, 2 hours after they were 3.9. I haven't seen my OB yet only the GP to get a print out of the results for the OB as the hospital forgot to give me the referral at my last visit. The interpretation says the lack of incremental response to the glucose load may reflect an early peak or suggest an absorption deficit. If clinical concern remains, a repeat test could be considered in 1 to 2 weeks to clarify this.


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    Default Re: GTT and lower BSL levels

    I had a similar drop and my midwife said it was absolutely fine. Hope you get good news when you see your OB.

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    Default Re: GTT and lower BSL levels

    Thanks for replying I'm sure it'll be fine, just seemed odd for it to be the opposite of what is supposed to happen

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