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Is it normal to have sugar levels of 113 or 116 ?

Is it normal to have sugar levels of 113 or 116? I have been getting readings like that even though I had ate 2 hours ago. I noticed whenever it is at that level my arms, shoulders and hands get so tense. I had an apple and afterwards I felt better. Is that diabetes? I am 24 years old and I weigh 184lbs. I am not sure if I have diabetes I am waiting for my lab results. I did lose alot of weight in one month and I find that odd since I do not excercise much. I always feel tense whenever I am hungry.
Asked On : Tue, 7 Jun 2011
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Hello and welcome to healthcare forum.
As you said that you have this reports after 2 hrs of meal, it means that it is a post pranadial result and it is absolutely within normal range, so be relaxed regarding your suspicion of diabetes.
As you said that you have also sent blood to lab also, co-relate with that reports also, as they are more reliable.
Best wishes for your health.
Answered: Tue, 7 Jun 2011
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