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What is a normal qlucoce level?

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Dr. Richard Scofield
Internal Medicine - Diabetology
6 doctors agree

In brief: About 100 mg/dL

Blood gloucester is normally maintained near 100 mg/dl.
It may be somewhat lower in the fasting state or after exercise and a little higher after meals.

In brief: About 100 mg/dL

Blood gloucester is normally maintained near 100 mg/dl.
It may be somewhat lower in the fasting state or after exercise and a little higher after meals.
Dr. Richard Scofield
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Dr. Reid Blackwelder
If you have a fasting glucose (which means nothing to eat or drink for 8 hours) over 126 for two checks that is diabetes. Between 100 and 126 is ore-diabetes and you are at risk for dm
Randy Burgett
General Practice
3 doctors agree

In brief: Varies

It depends on when the tests are taken.
If it's fasting, normal bs number is < 100. If it's right after you have eaten, we like it to be < 180. If's 2 hours after you have eaten, it should be < 140. If you are pregnant, then the goal is even lower than the numers above.

In brief: Varies

It depends on when the tests are taken.
If it's fasting, normal bs number is < 100. If it's right after you have eaten, we like it to be < 180. If's 2 hours after you have eaten, it should be < 140. If you are pregnant, then the goal is even lower than the numers above.
Randy Burgett
Randy Burgett
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Dr. Melissa Young
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
2 doctors agree

In brief: 70-100 fasting

After an overnight fast, 70-100, although some people will run as low as 60.
Two hours after eating, up to 140 is normal.

In brief: 70-100 fasting

After an overnight fast, 70-100, although some people will run as low as 60.
Two hours after eating, up to 140 is normal.
Dr. Melissa Young
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