I am 30 weeks right now and in the hospital on bed rest for placenta previa (and vasa previa) and they did the glucose test last week and it was insanely high - like 200. They thought it was probably from a betamethasone shot I got a few days earlier, so no one was worried and we retested yesterday. My numbers were still at 175 (below 130-140 is normal), so I have to do the 4-hour test.
I have no risk factors. My pre-pregnancy weight was 100 pounds (now I'm somewhere around 118 or so) and I eat a healthy diet. I was originally going to do a home birth before all this placenta craziness happened and my midwife wasn't even going to do the test because I had no signs or risk factors for it. So, it's a little shocking that numbers are out of whack.
Just wondering if anyone else has had this happen and what the outcome was with the 4-hour test. I have been thrown so many curveballs throughout this pregnancy that another one like this seems unimaginable.