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Re: [IP] Pregancy Update--Again today



Pixie:

I am 18 weeks pregnant and have not experienced any morning sickness!  From
what I can gather, I am very lucky!!  Everybody is different.  I certainly
felt more tired than usual during the first 3 months or so.  Sherry, just
try to take it easy.  I have been watching my sugars closely and working
with my endo and ob together to monitor any changes.  So far, it has been
pretty normal.  I have had more lows than highs.  I seem to be experiences
some of the hypo unawareness, so I just keep testing.  Some others have
mentioned that you must be careful when you feel really tired because you
might be going low.  That happened a few times, but I was able to treat it
and then take a nap!

I had my first ultrasound yesterday and everything looked good.  The baby is
growing just like it should!  It was incredible to see how it is developing.
We did not find out the sex as my husband and I want to be surprised!

Pumping for two,
Stephanie McCrery
Louisville, KY

----- Original Message -----
From: Pixie <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, October 16, 2000 6:36 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Pregancy Update--Again today


> My husband (who reads IP but is not diabetic but puts up with me)
commented
> that it seems harder on the spouse of the pregnant diabetic than on the
> preganat diabetic herself, is he possible unto something? Also have any
> diabetics *not* experienced morning sickness or any early syptoms of
> pregancy (other than late periods and slightly (but not moreso than
usually
> wonky bg's)?
>
> Pixie
>
>
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