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My fasting blood sugar is 133 mg/dl. Am I suffering from diabetes?

My fasting blood sugar is 133 mg/dl. Am I a diabetic or prediabetic?? I have a family history of diabetes.? My fasting blood sugar is 133 mg/dl. Am I a diabetic or prediabetic?? I have a family history of diabetes.?
Asked On : Mon, 21 Dec 2009
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  Anonymous's Response

The levels up to 100 are considered normal, and levels between 100 and 126 are considered pre-diabetes. Get your sugar levels checked again. If yu do have a family history, then it is very likely that you will have diatebes or be in the early stages.

Answered: Mon, 21 Dec 2009
Diabetologist Dr. Balachandra .G's  Response
UR FASTING IS 133 U HAVE NOT DONE POSTPRANDIAL BLOOD SUGAR IF UR FBS IS MORE THAN126 AND PPBS IS MORE THAN 200 IT IS SUGGESTIVE OF DIABETES IT BETTER TO TAKE CARE NOT SIMPLY WAIT TILL COMPLICATIONS OCCUR AND THAN PLAN UR TREATMENT
Answered: Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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