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GTT results - middle blood result high

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Crunchymum Tue 14-Nov-17 12:22:14

First and last results in normal range. Middle one was high.

MW isn't sure if they are going to want to see me in the diabetes clinic (I'll have an appointment and then self monitor?). She is going to try and find out.

Was all very inconclusive and up in the air.

Any ideas?

(Am 29w and this is number 3. Had GTT as I had a high BMI at booking on appt. Almost 33)

AnUtterIdiot Tue 14-Nov-17 12:25:37

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Crunchymum Tue 14-Nov-17 12:54:23

Everywhere I have looked online (I know I shouldn't but still) only give two numbers the fasting and 2 hour number. Both of which were fine for me. I cant seem to find the range of the 1h blood test number.

MW is going to try and get an answer for me. I just want to know!!!

Youcanstayundermyumbrella Tue 14-Nov-17 12:58:03

What was your result? The three results GTT is the gold standard as the traditional one can miss a quick reaction. The one hour should ideally be below 7.0, although some will allow up to 7.8.

Rebeccaslicker Tue 14-Nov-17 14:59:39

I think you won't find it online because different areas have slightly different cut off points. Eg Scotland has much easier targets than Ireland.

Looking at my results from 2015 (London), I see that they wanted fasting below 6.1 and 2 hours below 7.8. (Although frankly if your fasting is 6.1, I don't see how your 2 hour is ever going to be as low as 7.8!!)

It doesn't mention the 1 hour at all; however for the record mine was 8.9 and I was told I had technically passed it. But as I was so close to the borderline I opted to be treated as if I had it, as it would inevitably have progressed in a week or two anyway.

Rebeccaslicker Tue 14-Nov-17 15:04:18

What I do remember is, the oral tolerance test has a cut off of over 11.1 for diabetes at 1 hour. If you're over that, they don't bother with the 3 hour, it's straight on the GD management track. If you're between 7.8 and 11.0 that would earn you a full test.

For a full 3 hour test they will tell you it's abnormal if you're over 10.0 at the 1 hour mark.

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