Experimental: Blinded Continuous Glucose Monitoring Devise
If you are in the control group, you will wear a continuous glucose monitor with the read out screen covered so you can not see your continuous glucose level. You will be taught how to test your blood sugar by pricking your finger and using a standard blood glucose meter as per the standard of care used by your provider in the obstetrics clinic.
Device: Continuous glucose monitor
We are offering you an opportunity to wear a medical device that monitors your blood sugars (glucose). This device is called a continuous glucose monitor (CGM). The CGM measures glucose levels through a tiny plastic filament that is inserted under the skin in your abdomen by a skin prick. Typically, you cannot feel this device once it is inserted.
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