Question by  tardis (42)

What are normal blood sugar levels at 36 weeks pregnant?


Answer by  prathibhamenon (96)

The sugar level before meals is between 70 and 130 mg and less than 180 after starting a meal with 2 hour gap. By this complications are avoided.


Answer by  bigb59 (42)

In a healthy adult blood sugar levels should be in the range of 70 to 120 mg/dl. If it goes above 140 it is considered a symptom of diabetes. If it should drop below 70 you may experience fainting or may feel lethargic. If it becomes too low you may become unconcious.


Answer by  Meagan87 (197)

A normal blood glucose level is 99 or below. This is based on a fasting glucose test and anything higher could indicate gestational diabetes.


Answer by  jalucia (936)

Normal blood sugar levels for a pregnant woman are between 60 and 130. This is basically what is normal for any individual. If higher, levels need to be addressed.


Answer by  G12345 (1808)

A fasting blood sugar should be less than 6 mmol per litre. There is no difference between normal blood sugars and pregnant blood sugars. If your blood sugar is elevated, you need to see a doctor.


Answer by  ubcmed (185)

Women are at higher risk of diabetes and hyperglycemia during pregancy due to the effect of pregancy hormones. However, your normal blood sugars during pregnancy should be the same as when you are not pregnant. Any raise is pathological. The normal for fasting in less than 6 mmol/l, any higher than 7 is abnormal.


Answer by  cmkekbif (778)

Blood sugar levels should remain and standard levels throughout pregnancy which is between 60 and 100 glucose levels. These may be slightly higher but not much.

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