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Do i have gestatin diabetes after seeing my Glucose Tolerance Test results?

Hello!! I just received my glucose tolerance test results for testing of Gestational Diabetes. I had the 2 hour test with the 100 gms of glucose: My results are: Fasting Glucose: 4.5 mmol/L 1 Hour: 9.9mmol/L 2 Hour: 5.1 mmol/L From what I ve read im in the normal range but the 9.9 puts me just under the 180mg normal range. Does It look like I don t have gestatin diabetetes??/ Thankyou For any response!!!
Asked On : Sun, 6 Feb 2011
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These values are absolutely normal. Stop worrying .
Answered: Sun, 6 Feb 2011
  User's Response
What about the one hour result though?? It was 9.9 which puts me right at the line. Or when doctors look at the results are they looking more at the spike and then how the sugar level comes down?? Meaning, is the most important the fasting and the 2 hour level??
Answered: Wed, 9 Feb 2011
  User's Response
So would 9.9 be borderline and a cause for concern? Or no because my two hour was 5.5?? thankyou :)
Answered: Thu, 10 Feb 2011
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