Slammerkin-Thank you! I'm really surprised they've made you wait this long for a diet plan. I met with a dietician the day after my diagnosis in my last pregnancy. That one day was bad enough. There is a lot of conflicting information about it and it's so stressful to not know what you can eat! My diet plan included plenty of carbs in specific portions at specific times. It often felt like too many. Obviously, I don't know if this will be the diet plan you're given. I hope your appointment goes well and that having some more information will help you relax a little.
Yeah, I feel like this is all happening so late. I had the 1-hour screen at 28w6d - got my results 3 days later. Then I had the 3-hour at 30w0d - got my results two days later - was told to find an endocrinologist. The first available appt was a week and a half later (today at 32w0d). No one has mentioned a dietician to me. All the midwives had to say was the same as all along - avoid white things - white bread, rice, potatoes, etc - but I don't have much of those things to begin with! So stressed out about all this.