My fasting blood sugar today was 104?
Is that high for a diabetic? Two weeks ago it was 91 is that to low?
- 3 months ago
That is normal.
- 4 months ago
Normal blood sugar levels
Fasting blood sugar level: 70-110 mg/dl
Postprandial blood sugar level (after 2 hrs of meal): 80-140 mg/dl
Blood sugar levels in prediabetics (impaired glucose tolerance)
Fasting blood sugar level: 111-125 mg/dl
Postprandial blood sugar level: 141-199 mg/dl
Blood sugar levels in diabetics
Fasting blood sugar level: 126 mg/dl or more
Postprandial blood sugar level: 200 mg/dl or more
- gangadharan nairLv 74 months ago
WHO criteria: fasting plasma glucose level from 6.1 mmol/l (110 mg/dL) to 6.9 mmol/l (125 mg/dL) indicates that you have no diabetes mellitus.
Diabetes is diagnosed with the following blood tests:--
Fasting blood glucose level -- diabetes is diagnosed if it is higher than 126 mg/dL two times
Random (nonfasting) blood glucose level -- you may have diabetes if it is higher than 200 mg/dL, and you have symptoms such as increased thirst, urination, and fatigue (this must be confirmed with a fasting test)
Oral glucose tolerance test -- diabetes is diagnosed if the glucose level is higher than 200 mg/dL after 2 hours
Hemoglobin A1c test
Normal: Less than 5.7%
Pre-diabetes: Between 5.7% and 6.4%
Diabetes: 6.5% or higher
- Anonymous4 months ago
If this is not a troll question then you need to get some education about diabetes. 104 is a good number, something I'd like to see a lot of for myself.
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- 4 months ago
91 is too lowwww
- ◄♦►Lv 54 months ago
AM or random?
Morning blood sugars tend to be higher because the body is just coming off of its maintenance schedule - which kicks in as your body begins its time of prolonged inactivity (sleep).
Maintenance requires a lot of energy and the brain provides this by having the liver produce more sugar. Usually, this results in more than what is needed, and the excess shows up as a higher reading in the morning.It's commonly called "the Dawn Phenomenon".As suggested by someone else, this is far from a concerning issue, so there's nothing to worry about. I just thought you might be interested in the cause of higher morning blood sugar readings as opposed to readings after you've been active.
- Donnie PorkoLv 74 months ago
100 is considered normal. Low would be 70 or less. High would be 200 or higher.