From Ames, Iowa, USA:
My overnight fasting glucose, measured by glucose oxidase meter, varied between 120 and 128 for the past three months. Seems to be borderline level. I exercise heavily every day.
Is the high glucose worrysome?
These fasting levels certainly seem to be high but you need also to look for glucosuria and to get a fasting glucose meaured in a clinical laboratory. If the high levels are confirmed you will need to consult your doctor about further plans.
Original posting 31 Dec 1998
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