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St808 11-03-2013 04:59 PM

Prediabetes GTT
 
So, last week while at my endo office I noted that my fasting glucose use to be 60-70's and the last 3 have been in the 90's. She did a finger stick in the office 2 hours after eating it was 110...good I thought. She said know it should be back to fasting level. She said under 100 is goal.
GGT results from Friday:
Fasting 90
30 minutes 172
1 hour 127
2 hour 92
3 hour 102

What do these all mean?,

Cora1003 11-03-2013 07:22 PM

Re: Prediabetes GTT
 
I'm not a doc, but those numbers look fine to me. The 172 is a bit on the higher side, but non-ds do sometimes go that high but only for a brief period. The way you did. To be considered "normal" you should be below 120 or 140 at the 2 hour mark.

From what I have read, you shouldn't be back to fasting at the 2 hour mark, you should be roughly back at your pre-meal reading.


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