Ok the next question is are you on a steroidal asthma inhaler? If so they can cause your sugar to go up.
I know how hard it is to eat in the morning but you have to do it. Just keep on thinking I can, I can, I can! Even if it is something small like a few crackers before you even get out of bed. Keep them on your night stand. You may also need to switch to doing 6 small meals throughout the day versus 3 bigger meals. That way you and the baby get enough and you keep your sugars on an even keel throughout.
The biggest thing you can do is get more carbs at dinner time or some time in the evening. This will also help to keep the sugar up better through the night and into the am so you don't bottom ut so easily in the am.
If they haven't done a Hem A1C on you within the last 2 months, they really need to do one. Usually it is done every 3 months but with you feeling so tired, they should recheck it now. How far along are you? The reason I am asking the further along you are, and the longer your sugars stay up, and being so tired, the higher the risk of Toxemia/preeclampsia. They should also be keeping a close eye on your creatinin level both in your blood as well as your urine.
With your sugars running on the higher end you have to get movin' one way or another. You can do it. I know how tiring it is but the want is there, the need most definitely there, keep thinking not only do I have to do it for myself but my baby too. Besides, when that baby comes out and gets to crawling then walking, you are going to need the energy to keep up. Lol.
"Diet" is a four letter obscenity.
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