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Are you pregnant?
We are interested to learn more about Blood Sugar Levels during pregnancy and how to check for Gestational Diabetes in the best possible way for pregnant women.
Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) is a simple and painless procedure that tracks sugar in your blood while you are carrying on with your normal life.
Join us and help us to learn more about how your diet and exercise habits affect you and your baby!
Please leave your details below, and we will be in contact with you shortly.
Alternatively, you can contact Dr Daria Di Filippo at
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Name and Surname
Last Menstrual Period
Expected Date of Delivery
Antenatal Clinic Attended
Royal Hospital for Women
St George Hospital
Malabar Midwives antenatal clinic
Do any of the following apply to you (tick as many as applies to you):
Previous Gestational Diabetes
Family history of type 2 diabetes or a first-degree relative (mother or sister) who has had gestational diabetes
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander or Melanesian, Polynesian, Chinese, Southeast Asian, Middle Eastern or Indian background
Previously diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Having given birth to a large baby (> 4.5 Kg)
Have gained weight too rapidly in the first half of pregnancy.
Do you have any medical condition? If yes, please specify
Are you taking any medication currently? If yes, please specify
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