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Stuck In the Gray Zone of Postpartum Diabetes Management

For my blood sugars, I loved being pregnant.  I had a fabulous CDE on retainer evaluating my blood sugars with me weekly and helping me to make adjustments.  I had blood sugar goals-60-90 pre-meals and not spiking above 140 2 hours post meal.  Seeing an A1C in the 5’s was amazing and celebrated (mainly by […]
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