With fasting blood or ppbs sugar one should not stamp as diabetes.
You go for G.T.T.and after its result one can conclude weather you are diabetic or pre diabetic.
Your blood sugar after 2 hours 169 is on higher level but it does not mean you are diabetes.
I think sugar control in the diet will bring your blood sugar normal.
Do some exercise,avoid more carbohydrate and fat.
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