Having a blood sugar level 127-200 mg/dl means that you might be suffering from diabetes or you have high risk to get diabetes. Normally, when fasting, the blood sugar level should be less than 110 mg/dl.
One or two hours after a meal, levels up to 180 mg/dl are considered normal. But, having blood sugar level more than 180 m/dl, even after a meal means that you have diabetes.
Find out the mechanisms, symptoms, treatment and prevention of fasting, after eating and drug-induced hyperglycemia.
Diabetes is a sneaky disease. It can cause no symptom until it has advanced much. In people with a positive familiar history of diabetes, measuring glucose levels every 6 months is advisable.
For other people, the measurement of glucose should be done every year.
If already having prediabetes, lifestyle changes are necessary to prevent it from developing type 2 diabetes.
Sometimes, according to your condition, your doctor might prescribe you diabetes-lowering drugs.