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Ants attracted to urine. Blood glucose test done. Urinalysis negative for glucose. Onset of diabetes?

Hi , I just recently had a general health check done on the 8th of January 2013. I m a 28 year old male, non-smoker but I think I have a drink maybe 2x to 3x a week. I exercise about 2 to 3x a week. My result shows that my blood glucose level is 102.68 mg/dl and 5.70mmol/L. I also did a urinalysis and tested negative for Glucose in my urine . Recently though I ve noticed a lot of ants in my bathroom, around my base of my toilet as well. I ve read that if ants are attracted to your urine, it could mean you re a diabetic. Does this mean I am a diabetic?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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Hello, Ants do go where they find Sugar but your urine sugar checked was not SHOWING HIGH SUGAR AND THERE IS NO fasting DIABETES with reading of 102.68mg% but you need to check Post Lunch 2 Hour Glucose also to make sure you dont have Diabetes . Get PPBS done and get back
Hope the issue gets resolved by the test Do get back if any questions TC
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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