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I was under the impression that the GTT was a standard test for all pregnant women but my midwife hasn't mentioned to me.I saw her at 24 weeks and won't be seeing her again until I'm 31 weeks.My urine samples have all been fine i.e no trace of sugars, so is this why I'm not having a GTT done??
Everybody 30 or over has to have it here (Qld, Australia) even if no other risk factors.If you go down the private health route, you have to have it regardless of your age.
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