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At some sites, you will need to come to extra appointments for your study visits. At some sites, the study visits may be in a different location from your usual prenatal visits.
At other sites, study visits will be part of your prenatal appointments, which means your prenatal visits will be longer than normal
If you miss an appointment please contact your study team. We will try to reschedule your appointment if it can be done within the right time window.
You will not be seeing your regular prenatal care provider during study visits. You will see a member of the research study team.
Whether a study visit can be counted as a medical appointment depends on your employer. Your study team can give you a letter saying you were at a study visit if you need one.
The continuous glucose monitor will not affect you or your baby’s health.
We have a fact sheet about that here:
We will release your glucose test results to you and your provider if your test shows that you have diabetes (Visit 1) or gestational diabetes (Visit 3).
Fill out this online form to be put in touch with our study team, who can tell you more.
We have a fact sheet with more information here:
If you complete all visits and measurements, you will receive $550 total.
No, gestational diabetes usually goes away after birth. Having gestational diabetes does increase your risk of getting type 2 diabetes in the future.
No, diabetes is caused by many factors over a long period of time, so drinking glucola during your study visits will not cause you to develop diabetes.