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• I am diabetic since 5 years,for the last 5 years my fasting blood glucose in between 125-134 mg/dL and my blood sugar level two hours after eati?

•	 I am diabetic since 5 years,for the last 5 years  my fasting  blood glucose in between 125-134 mg/dL and my  blood sugar level two hours after eati?

No specific question: The fasting blood sugar results you are providing do indeed point to diabetes. Are you under the care of a physician and being treated for the diabetes? If you are on medication I would advise that you follow up with your physician to discuss your results. Heed the lifestyle advice that your doctor gives you, changing your diet and exercising will greatly affect you long term outcome. ...Read more

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Blood Sugar (Definition)

The blood sugar concentration or blood glucose level is the amount of glucose (sugar) present in the blood of a human or animal. The body naturally tightly regulates blood glucose levels as a part of metabolic homeostasis. Glucose is the primary source of energy for the body's cells, and blood lipids (in the form of fats and oils) are primarily ...Read more


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My blood sugar level is 170 while fasting is this normal?

My blood sugar level is 170 while fasting is this normal?

You have Diabetes: Nope. I am sure the doctor who ordered the test has already told you what this means. You have diabetes. You need to get back to the doctor to learn what to do next. ...Read more

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What is a normal fasting blood sugar level?

What is a normal fasting blood sugar level?

If fasting overnight: And drawn out of a vein by a lab, it's less than 100. Check diabetes.Org. ...Read more

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What is normal fasting blood sugar level fbs?

What is normal fasting blood sugar level fbs?

Normal FBS: Between 65-99 mg/dl - impaired fasting glucose (ifg), prediabetes, is between 100-125 mg/ dl. Fbs of 126 mg/dl or higher is in the diabetic range. ...Read more

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What is the normal fasting blood sugar level at 65?

What is the normal fasting blood sugar level at 65?

Same as in younger : Normal fasting blood sugar for kids and adults is between 65-99 mg/dl. Young infants are not included in this category. ...Read more

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My grandpa is also diabetic and my blood sugar level was 86mg, is that normal without fasting?

My grandpa is also diabetic and my blood sugar level was 86mg, is that normal without fasting?

Can be: It may be normal for you a diabetic would feel weak at 86 but a non diabetic probably goes to the 80's several times a day ...Read more

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Is 5.8 a high fasting blood sugar level? And how come after I eat, an hour later it's 4.0 and I feel a little off/ shakey? Is this normal?

Slightly high: Hi. Yes, your fasting blood sugar is slightly high, but for diagnostics, you can't use finger stick glucose, you use serum glucose (drawn from a vein in your arm). Are you overweight/obese? If fasting serum glucose is 5.8 (or reproducibly above 5.5), you have prediabetes. You may be briskly secreting insulin in response to food intake, giving you your symptoms. Eat healthily and exercise regularly ...Read more

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Hba1c level is normal but still fasting blood sugar level is 7.2 ! What does this mean?

Hba1c level is normal but still fasting blood sugar level is 7.2 ! What does this mean?

Random result: Your HbgA1C result reflects 3 months of blood sugars and a normal value is awesome. This makes the random fasting blood sugar of 7.2 less worrisome. So overall your glucose control is excellent. ...Read more

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Fasting blood sugar level is 6.3. The 3 month average test is normal. Does this mean I am pre diabetic?

Fasting blood sugar level is 6.3. The 3 month average test is normal. Does this mean I am pre diabetic?

Impaired: This is called "impaired fasting glucose", and statistically you have a higher than average chance of getting diabetes, hence the term "pre-diabetes". But now is the time to do something about it: weight loss, exercise, healthy living. You can reverse this. ...Read more