Impaired glucose tolerance

What is Impaired glucose tolerance?

Excessive levels (110–126 mg/dL) of blood glucose developing after a carbohydrate-rich meal or test dosage of glucose (usually 75 g). Not necessarily diagnostic for diabetes mellitus.

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Dr my stomach is improved again but as you know its start again after some days. But uptill now its...

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detailed below.

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Hello XXXXXXX

I read carefully your query.
It doesn't seem to be a serious problem .It might be just...

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This was 2 hours after a meal and had a bar of chocolate and nachos with cheese

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It needs investigation

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after meals the blood sugar may rise above the fasting level (which should be less...

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I am seeking an opinion regarding the results of a recent glucose tolerance test I had. For 3 years I have suffered from numerous symptoms and have...

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Pre diabetes

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There is a condition called pre diabetes that has specific diagnostic criteria just like there are...

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