Your body is ridding itself of sugar. What is your diet like? The blood tests you had- was it a fasting or a 2 hr glucose tolerance? If they looked at your a1c and it is normal then you may be having high blood sugars 2 hrs after you eat or in the fasting state. Diabetes is not diagnosed by an a1c because it can be skewed from fastings or ppgs. Just depends. Please give more info.
My Husband age is 30..From past 4 months he is suffering from back pain(near kidneys).We consulted doctor and took urine and blood tests also..There is glucose in urine but the glucose in blood is normal..he has taken these tests several time from 4 months every time the reports shows there is glucose in urine but not in blood(A1c is also normal)The doctor told he is not an diabetes patient and given some medications.he took it for 3 months it is good..but from 15 days he started taking 2 pills daily so he is feeling like numness,tingling in hands and legs,stress,no strength..(he loose only 1 pound weight from 3 months)..And also took VB12 tests which showed less than normal one and the second day when vb12 test was done again it showed higher the normal one.Yesterday we consulted neurology(kidney specialist).. He has seen the reports and told every thing is good but there might be problem in kidney tubes and functioning of kidneys is good. Can any one help me to know exactly what the problem is (whether diabetes,pre diabetes or any thing else)..I am in a stress ..And the other one i need to tell is my husband father is diabetes patient at the age of 27..
Please help me to find exactly what the problem is.
Sugar in the urine vs. sugar in the blood. The two aren't necessarily associated. If the sugar is in the urine, however, it at one time had to be in the blood mostly likely. But the correlation could be irrelevant. If I eat a whole bunch of candy and drink a ton of fruit juice afterwards, you can bet I'm going to have a lot of glucose in the urine. Glucose that doesn't get metabolized can pass through the kidneys sure. But it doesn't necessarily mean anything at all. It could just be from what I described.