13 weeks pregnant and blood sugar issues.Hello. I am 32 yrs of age. I have four children and had a miscarriage last year. This pregnancybhas been difficult so far, for fear of miscarriage, but physically I have been experiencing low blood pressure accompanied with headache and fast heart rate. I sometimes get dizzy and usually feel weak. I have a glucose monitor at home which I have been using. I eat healthy. No refined white sugar. No white bread,pasta,rice.No fortified foods. I consume fruits,sprouted breads and grains. Brown rice. Starchy veggies too. I eat plenty of variety. I am not overweight (5'2 and 119 lbs) I keep carbs below 40grams per meal. I eat plenty of good fats. Despite all this my BS goes high with any sort of carbs more than about 15grams. Especially refined ones. I tested the waters with typical starchy pizza. And got a 1hr reading of 166. I am confused why my body is doing this.
My CBC panel showed normal blood except high White Blood count, high absolute neutrophils, and low (0) eosinophils. Thyroid was normal. I have never been diabetic with other pregnancies. My fasting BS also seems to stay between 95-100. Prior to pregnancy I had complete blood work and everything was great.
I do not want to take meds during pregnancy, what homeopathic remedies can I take? How long?
calimom on 2017-08-26
You can take 12 Phos cell salts, 10 tablets on alternate days. this will supply the necessary nutrients, in addition to the other vitamin tablets you must be taking
as a medicine, one remedy that has been verified to be very safe during pregnancy is BELLIS PER 30.
Take this only once (not to repeat) and write back
♡ Reva V 3 years ago
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