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Can being Diabetic affect a hpt? Evil Dr.PorkChop 2 kids; North Carolina 792 posts
23rd Jan

My doctors office won't talk to me until I pay my balance. I know that the test won't pick up glucose.I was wondering if because my kidneys are filtering differently now, than in my previous pregnancies, would it maybe take longer to get a positive result on a hpt? I'm officially late today and I ovulated 7/8 and we were together every other day up to and including the 8th. 

Elliot Grace (17 weeks) Due September 22; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 18143 posts
23rd Jan

No I don't think it would affect the hpt 

Evil Dr.PorkChop 2 kids; North Carolina 792 posts
23rd Jan

Anyone? Almost 50 views and no response? This is important to me. 

Evil Dr.PorkChop 2 kids; North Carolina 792 posts
23rd Jan

Quoting Elliot Grace (5 weeks):
No I don't think it would affect the hpt 


Thank you

Elliot Grace (17 weeks) Due September 22; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 18143 posts
23rd Jan

Quoting Evil Dr.PorkChop:

Thank you


I tried googling too. Being diabetic can affect fertility if you're not on medication. What makes you think your kidneys are filtering very well? That's dangerous! 

lvaughn5 Due August 4; 1 child; Dalzell, SC, United States 606 posts
status 23rd Jan

Probably not. Are you type I or II?

Evil Dr.PorkChop 2 kids; North Carolina 792 posts
23rd Jan

Type 1

lvaughn5 Due August 4; 1 child; Dalzell, SC, United States 606 posts
status 23rd Jan

Those only test for HCG.  If your sugar is under control, you shouldn't be peeing out too much glucose.