I am 27 and have been a T1D for 13 years now. I found out I am pregnant just after getting my A1C checked. The A1C was not good, 9.3. At 7 weeks my OB checked the baby and ordered some more lab request. The baby's heart looked real good and the Dr. said that the pregnancy is a good strong one. I had my last appt yesterday and found out my lab results. I am now 9 weeks along and most of the labs came back good. All except the 24hr urine test. My kidneys are showing a little damage. I have been working on keeping my sugars down prior to me becoming pregnant. I am going WAY low and then up into the 300's at times just after the low. I am in the process of getting a CGM and I am on a pump. My question is, how can I reverse the damage to my kidneys now? I had been sick while I did the 24hr test and the Dr. did say that may have had something to do with all the protein in my urine. He did say that to reverse my kidneys I needed to keep my sugars down. I am trying and doing everything I can think of, but what else can I do to help my kidneys? Has anyone else had anything similar? I keep asking myself what else can I do, and then I keep trying. Any advice? Thanks so much.