So I recently took my prenatal glucose test (a non-fasting test) and according to my midwives' office, failed it miserably. So today I went and did the three hour test. On a hunch I asked for my results before I left and guess what I found out? According to all my lab results at the hospital, I've passed every glucose test INCLUDING the one hour non-fast I took Tuesday. By national standards I test normal. But apparently my midwives office is "fudging" their numbers (their required blood glucose numbers) by having them wwwaaayyyy lower that AMA, or national standards to, I believe, pretty much guarantee I (and other "chunky" mommies) flunk the tests! I know it sounds paranoid, but here's what they've told me so far. When I tested at 14 weeks (I'm heavier and my mom is diabetic-- so it was important to test early) and got an one hour non-fast result of 132, the midwives' nurse told me I "Just squeaked by" and "almost failed". But from everything I've read... a non-fast one hour under 200 is considered "normal". Even if I were being judged by fasting numbers, anything under 180 is considered normal. So right there, I was suspicious that there was an "agenda" concerning my blood sugar. After the 29 week one hour non-fast glucose test, my results were considerably higher... 176. Again, by national standards... I should have passed. According to the nurse however, I failed it because she needed it under 135! My three hour results on a fasting glucose tests were, fasting= 87 (less than 95 is considered normal), one hour= 177 (less than 180 is considered normal) and two hour=152 (less than 155 is considered normal). I haven't got my three hour yet, but will before calling the midwives office in the morning. But my gut tells me even though according to national, AMA and diabetic standards, not to mention the numbers given to me by the HOSPITAL... I passed-- I'm betting the nurse is going to tell me I failed and I need to see a nutritionist. I'm sorry but to me this smacks of a "teach the overweight mommies a lesson". I'm mad as hell, but as I said in previous posts, I don't have a lot of options on changing midwives. The only other clinic in town that takes my insurance is literally a scary, scary place that gets sued for malpractice almost yearly. But all the same, I am NOT letting this one slide. Any advice?