Hi! It simply means that you are suffering from hypoglycemia
due to your medication to treat your Type 2 diabetes
as inferred from your 3.6 mmol/L post-prandial which is most probably due to glyburide
which is a class of drug called sulphonylureas which have the potential for hypoglycemia.
Hypoglycemia is a condition that means there is reduced blood glucose
level in the body due to uncontrolled insulin
secretion which is not a smart drug as it cannot stop the secretion of insulin when the blood glucose level goes down.
If you have sweating, awareness of your heart beat, tremors( shaking hand) accompanying hunger times, this confirms hypoglycemia.
I would like to know further details of you like your age, duration of diabetes, your latest blood values, I could help you further.