From what I have heard a diabetic will have numbers like 200+ after eating.
200+ is a problem you don't want.
The American Diabetes Assoc. Has the most lenient diagnostic levels that I am aware of.
Fasting glucose is < 100 100-126 is prediabetes
2 hours after meal 140> according to some or >160 is FULL diabetes
What is pre-diabetes?
In pre-diabetes, blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not high enough to be characterized as diabetes. However, many people with pre-diabetes develop type 2 diabetes within 10 years. Pre-diabetes also increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. With modest weight loss and moderate physical activity, people with pre-diabetes can delay or prevent type 2 diabetes.
If you have 2 random test that are in the guidelines that can be used as a diagnostic. 2 random 160 are full diabetes.
These numbers are not totally agreed on by all but there is little differences. There is test other than just the glucose test than can determine your situation.
I would not ignore this test but do try to get another random test. If this test was shortly after eating you are probably in the normal range. Presdiabetes is treated like diabetes in that you do what is necessary to keep the glucose down. Frequently no medications are needed but rather control is gained through diet and exercise. If you successfully handle it that way there is a good chance that you will not become diabetic.
I BIG problem that you run into is doctors that donít know what they are doing.
Let this be a wake up call.