The Relationship Between Recurrent Miscarriage And Diabetes?
My doctor Ayu wants to ask yesterday, I checked the laboratory examination, the results of HBAIC 6.5% my fasting blood glucose was 109 mg/dl, fasting urine glucose was NEGATIVE after taking the first blood I was told to drink water mixed with sugar a glass after that taking blood test to GTT 1 hour 210 and 2 hour GTT 163 urine 1 hour +1 and urine 2 hours +1 is that considered diabetes because I’ve been in a fall 3 times in a row every year
Good Evening AyuDira,
Thanks for the question.
A person is said to have diabetes if the results of the examination of his fasting blood sugar level are above 126 mg/dL or a fasting blood sugar level 2 hours after eating is above 199 mg/dL, or an HBA1C level of 6.5 or more. A person is said to suffer from impaired glucose tolerance if his fasting blood sugar level is 108-126 mg/dL or fasting blood sugar levels 2 hours after eating 142-198 mg/dL. So it's possible that you have impaired glucose tolerance, but to be sure, discuss further with the doctor who treats you.
The causes of recurrent miscarriage can be various things, such as chromosomal abnormalities, infections (toxoplasmosis, rubella, citomegalovirus, etc.), chronic diseases such as diabetes, side effects of drugs, smoking during pregnancy, and various other causes. Efforts that can be done to prevent miscarriage in addition to seeing a doctor are:
Do a healthy lifestyle. Consume food with a balanced menu regularly, don't smoke, don't consume alcohol, get enough rest, exercise regularly. Avoid taking over-the-counter drugs without a doctor's prescription. Avoid various pollutions such as vehicle fumes. Manage psychological stress.