If 4% of all pregnancies end up with gestational diabetes, why can't you find any books on it at the book store? Bizarre, no?
I first off wanted to thank everyone for being so supportive. It really does make me feel a good bit better. I'm having a better day today. I finally called the specialist that I'm supposed to go see because I still hadn't heard from them by Thursday and it was really stressing me out. I called them about mid-day on Thursday to see what the status was and I found out that apparently there had been a miscommunication. They don't call to schedule appointments anymore. Instead, somewhere between my house and the specialist was a letter in the mail. I have to go to a 'class' on gestational diabetes on Monday at 1:30 in the afternoon. Not exactly convenient, but I'll take it if its the earliest I can get. I asked the woman on the phone exactly what she meant by a 'class'. I was under the impression that I was going to a doctors appointment. Well apparently it is a class/apt. There are going to be other women there and all, but it's still technically an appointment. It's weird. Even the woman on the phone said it is weird. I dunno. We'll see. I'm just looking forward to getting some questions answered and getting some rules for my diet. I'm ready to get this straightened out now. The time to be upset about all of this is over. Time to move on and do what has to be done. It's what's best for both me and Ashley Marie. So be it.