Our expert says:
Many medications, including fertility drugs and female hormones, and even stress could cause changes to blood sugar levels. It is always advisable to have such conditions verified by doing a blood glucose tolerance test as soon as possible. However, I can understand that you are worried that this could affect your chance of adoption, so please use the same diet your husband is following (I trust that he has consulted a clinical dietitian and has been given a diabetic diet to follow - if not, then you should both consult a clinical dietitian ASAP as diet is one of the most important aspects in the treatment of diabetes) and go for brisk walks to stimulate your metabolism, lower your blood sugar levels and relax you. Once the adoption is successful you need to go for those blood tests to ensure that you get the correct treatment if you should be insulin resistant or diabetic.
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