My blood sugars have been elevated, fasting up to 115. 2 hours after meals up to 183, usually in mid to high 140's. I have a family history of diabetes. 22 years ago I was told I was borderline gestational diabetic, my daughter weighed 9lbs 1oz. I am 5'6" tall and weigh 125lbs, and i walk everyday. I do not fit either type 1 or type 2, so the doctor ran an antibody test called GAD. The results were negative. They also did an insulin, pro isulin test. My doc told me I had nothing to worry about and gave me a clean bill of health. I have no other medical conditions, except a myocardial bridge. Can someone have elevated blood sugars and not develope diabetes?:eek:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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