At the lab I went to they told me I couldn't walk around! I was like this test really sucks if it can be influenced by the littlest thing....I still ended up having to go outside as I needed air and I just ignored what they said. Thank God I passed because I was not going to repeat it a 3rd time. No way!
I had mine earlier this week. It was only the one hour test, and my doc gave me the drink to take home at a previous appointment, so I just drank it one hour before my appointment time. It was nice to be able to wait at home and not at the doctors office, but that drink really made me sick. I hope I passed and dont have to do that again!!
I had the three hour test when pregnant with my son and it was such a miserable experience I had really bad morning sickness and just kept hoping I wouldn't throw up the lucozade (I hate it taste usually never mind when preggers) as I knew I would have to do the test again.
Fortunately this time I only had to do the 1 hour test and I drank it 50 mins before my appointment and then they tested my blood. Passed that one too. So much easier.
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