At this point the results are not significant but could be a warning of things to come. I'm sure your doctor will want to continue to monitor you for other symptoms of gestational diabetes as you progress in your pregnancy. This could be a risk factor for you but it typically shows up in the last trimester. Your blood pressure will be monitored throughout your care. It is important to stay well-hydrated as dehydration will also affect your urine testing, suggesting problems that may not be there in actuality. Urine should be colorless or very pale yellow. Anything darker indicates inadequate fluid intake. There is no exact amount of water you should take in but monitoring urine color helps you to regulate it for yourself as an individual.
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Debbie Miller, RN