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Blood Sugar Level Ranges

Tweet Understanding blood glucose level ranges can be a key part of diabetes self-management. This page states 'normal' blood sugar ranges and blood sugar ranges for adults and children with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes and blood sugar ranges to determine people with diabetes. If a person with diabetes has a meter, test strips and is testing, it's important to know what the blood glucose level means. Recommended blood glucose levels have a degree of interpretation for every individual and you should discuss this with your healthcare team. In addition, women may be set target blood sugar levels during pregnancy. The following ranges are guidelines provided by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) but each individual’s target range should be agreed by their doctor or diabetic consultant. Recommended target blood glucose level ranges The NICE recommended target blood glucose levels are stated below for adults with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes and children with type 1 diabetes. In addition, the International Diabetes Federation's target ranges for people without diabetes is stated. [19] [89] [90] The table provides general guidance. An individual target set by Continue reading >>

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  1. marip1

    I'm pre diabetic and recently had a blood test to check for diabetes, kidney function and liver function. I did not fast. I had eaten about 2 1/2 hours before the test. It showed my glucose 155.
    Is this a normal number to have after 2 1/2 hours after eating? Or should the number be lower?

  2. lowcarbwalking

    marip1:
    I'm pre diabetic and recently had a blood test to check for diabetes, kidney function and liver function. I did not fast. I had eaten about 2 1/2 hours before the test. It showed my glucose 155.
    Is this a normal number to have after 2 1/2 hours after eating? Or should the number be lower?
    Hi marip1,
    A person's blood glucose level 2.5 hours after eating, if they do not have pre-diabetes or diabetes, would be under 100 and most likely in the 80's. As a person with type 2 diabetes my goal at 2 hours after eating is to be under 100 and best case would be if I was back in the 80's range.

  3. marip1

    Does this mean I'm diabetic?

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