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  • #TBT -  to our Annual Kick-Off Meeting!  We are getting excited to see everyone in Chicago this weekend! #tbt - to our Annual Kick-Off Meeting! We are getting excited to see everyone in Chicago this weekend!
  • #tbt - to our Annual Kick-Off Meeting! We are getting excited to see everyone in Chicago this weekend!
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  • Throwback – November 2018 
I was #33weekspregnant, 1 week before #birth at week 34.

With this post I would like to make you aware that YES a #pregnancy with #type1diabetes has MORE RISKS (premature births, misscarriage, ……) but in today’s modern world there’s no reason to make yourself crazy, just LET IT GO AND ENJOY THESE WONDERFUL 9 MONTHS. Make the best of your #pregnancy even if it may sometimes be #hard to handle with #hypoglycemia ,#hyperglycemia , #nausea,#pressure from doctors and more. Don’t loose courage. 
Here a few things I learned about being PREGNANT AS A TYPE 1 DIABETIC: •	DO NOT read statistics about pregnancy with a #chronicillness like diabetes! It will only scare you. I believe in destiny and anyway we have no control of what will happen during pregnancy except that WE DIABETICS CAN do our best to have an #a1c as close to 6% as possible 🤓
By the way f.i. the risk that your child will suffer from diabetes is 5% higher than for no diabetic persons, 5% ? come on, so 95% that your child will NOT have diabetes • DO NOT freak out when you hear that you will be a #highriskpregnancy. Look at the advantages: that means also that doctors will care more about you and that you will get more ultrasound examinations as the average people … you will be treat as a kinda VIP 😌 • Choose a gynaecologist specialised in risk births • BLOOD SUGAR MANAGEMENT CAN BE QUITE HARD DURING PREGNANCY but keep your tail up and always stick your guts, mostly YOU know better what to do than doctors who are qualified but are not used to live with diabetes. Take their advices but also trust on your inner feeling. (Notice : 1st trimester – less #insulin / 2nd trimester – almost same amount as before pregnancy / 3rd trimester – more insulin, much more insulin 😱 / #postpartum – readjust slowly to your insulin routines as 9 months before) •If you EAT well-balanced and lots of #fruits/ #vegetables / #OMEGA3 / #vitamins and others important for your body to supply your #baby with, and if you EXERCISE regularly (#swimming f.i.) it will help you to feel in shape and to #feelgood •	PREGNANCY IS ONE OF THE MOST WONDERFUL STAGES OF LIFE. Enjoy it! 🙂❤️
#diabetesawareness Throwback – November 2018 I was #33weekspregnant, 1 week before #birth at week 34. With this post I would like to make you aware that YES a #pregnancy with #type1diabetes has MORE RISKS (premature births, misscarriage, ……) but in today’s modern world there’s no reason to make yourself crazy, just LET IT GO AND ENJOY THESE WONDERFUL 9 MONTHS. Make the best of your #pregnancy even if it may sometimes be #hard to handle with #hypoglycemia ,#hyperglycemia , #nausea,#pressure from doctors and more. Don’t loose courage. Here a few things I learned about being PREGNANT AS A TYPE 1 DIABETIC: • DO NOT read statistics about pregnancy with a #chronicillness like diabetes! It will only scare you. I believe in destiny and anyway we have no control of what will happen during pregnancy except that WE DIABETICS CAN do our best to have an #a1c as close to 6% as possible 🤓 By the way f.i. the risk that your child will suffer from diabetes is 5% higher than for no diabetic persons, 5% ? come on, so 95% that your child will NOT have diabetes • DO NOT freak out when you hear that you will be a #highriskpregnancy. Look at the advantages: that means also that doctors will care more about you and that you will get more ultrasound examinations as the average people … you will be treat as a kinda VIP 😌 • Choose a gynaecologist specialised in risk births • BLOOD SUGAR MANAGEMENT CAN BE QUITE HARD DURING PREGNANCY but keep your tail up and always stick your guts, mostly YOU know better what to do than doctors who are qualified but are not used to live with diabetes. Take their advices but also trust on your inner feeling. (Notice : 1st trimester – less #insulin / 2nd trimester – almost same amount as before pregnancy / 3rd trimester – more insulin, much more insulin 😱 / #postpartum – readjust slowly to your insulin routines as 9 months before) •If you EAT well-balanced and lots of #fruits/ #vegetables / #omega3 / #vitamins and others important for your body to supply your #baby with, and if you EXERCISE regularly (#swimming f.i.) it will help you to feel in shape and to #feelgood • PREGNANCY IS ONE OF THE MOST WONDERFUL STAGES OF LIFE. Enjoy it! 🙂❤️ #diabetesawareness
  • Throwback – November 2018 I was #33weekspregnant, 1 week before #birth at week 34. With this post I would like to make you aware that YES a #pregnancy with #type1diabetes has MORE RISKS (premature births, misscarriage, ……) but in today’s modern world there’s no reason to make yourself crazy, just LET IT GO AND ENJOY THESE WONDERFUL 9 MONTHS. Make the best of your #pregnancy even if it may sometimes be #hard to handle with #hypoglycemia ,#hyperglycemia , #nausea,#pressure from doctors and more. Don’t loose courage. Here a few things I learned about being PREGNANT AS A TYPE 1 DIABETIC: • DO NOT read statistics about pregnancy with a #chronicillness like diabetes! It will only scare you. I believe in destiny and anyway we have no control of what will happen during pregnancy except that WE DIABETICS CAN do our best to have an #a1c as close to 6% as possible 🤓 By the way f.i. the risk that your child will suffer from diabetes is 5% higher than for no diabetic persons, 5% ? come on, so 95% that your child will NOT have diabetes • DO NOT freak out when you hear that you will be a #highriskpregnancy. Look at the advantages: that means also that doctors will care more about you and that you will get more ultrasound examinations as the average people … you will be treat as a kinda VIP 😌 • Choose a gynaecologist specialised in risk births • BLOOD SUGAR MANAGEMENT CAN BE QUITE HARD DURING PREGNANCY but keep your tail up and always stick your guts, mostly YOU know better what to do than doctors who are qualified but are not used to live with diabetes. Take their advices but also trust on your inner feeling. (Notice : 1st trimester – less #insulin / 2nd trimester – almost same amount as before pregnancy / 3rd trimester – more insulin, much more insulin 😱 / #postpartum – readjust slowly to your insulin routines as 9 months before) •If you EAT well-balanced and lots of #fruits/ #vegetables / #omega3 / #vitamins and others important for your body to supply your #baby with, and if you EXERCISE regularly (#swimming f.i.) it will help you to feel in shape and to #feelgood • PREGNANCY IS ONE OF THE MOST WONDERFUL STAGES OF LIFE. Enjoy it! 🙂❤️ #diabetesawareness
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