Your prenatal care provider will want to see you often while you’re pregnant. This way you and your baby can be monitored closely to prevent problems. At your checkups, tests like ultrasounds and nonstress tests may be used to check the health of your baby.
Your healthcare provider will let you know how often you need to check your blood sugar and how to manage your diabetes during pregnancy. Remember, pregnancy can affect your blood sugar — so what worked before pregnancy may not work now.
As you prepare to be a new mom, here are some helpful tips you can follow to manage your diabetes during pregnancy.