VANDERPUMP Rules’ pregnant Scheana Shay broke down in tears after tests indicated she could have gestational diabetes.
The reality star and her boyfriend Brock Honey Davies are expecting their first child months after suffering a miscarriage.
The 35-year-old took to her Instagram Stories and quickly became emotional as she explained: “I said I would keep you guys posted, so I have to do the three-hour glucose test. Hoping I pass that one.
“Obviously I’m upset because I feel like I eat right, I work out, I do everything right and [my doctor] just said that it’s really high and that’s all I know.”
She added: “Anyone who has any advice, I would appreciate it. Thanks.”
Hours later, the Vanderpump Rules star seemed better as she thanked fans for all the “well wis娛樂城體驗金hes,” and revealed that other members of her family have also gotten gestational diabetes.
What is gestational diabetes?
Gestational diabetes is a condition where a person’s blood sugar levels become high during pregnancy.
According to WebMD, while gestational diabetes goes away after the person has given birth, there is still a chance it can impact the baby’s health.
Scheana said: “Apparently, two out of three of my cousins who have had babies both had gestational diabetes. I guess it’s something that can be genetic.
“Hoping for the best. My second test is Monday morning at 7 a.m.”
Back in late 2020, Scheana revealed to their fans that that she is pregnant, gushing, “IT’S ALL HAPPENING APRIL 2021!!! We are expecting our rainbow baby.”
She added that the news had her “bawling [her] eyes out,” though the second baby caused a bit of worry for the couple who were preparing to vacation in Sedona, Arizona at the time.
Scheana said: “I had to know before I missed my period and we went on this trip. We still had an amazing trip, but it just a財神娛樂ll happened so quickly, which is so exciting but also really scary after having a miscarriage.”
A few months before learning she was expecting, Scheana revealed she had lost her baby.
She said on her podcast, Scheananigans: “…We were freaking out, but just so excited because we didn’t know or think this was possible.”
But during a trip to San Diego with Brock, she revealed she “felt off” and was “bleeding all weekend.”
A blood test determined her progesterone levels “dropped significantly” and she was given pills.