Hello and welcome to the forum! I am hoping that your test results come back normal, if not, it is not the end of the world. You can lead a perfectly normal life if you have diabetes. You have to get into the habit of testing, but that becomes part of your routine. Ask all of the questions that you want, we will try to help you out as much as possible. Take the time to visit often!Hi! I am new to the diabetes scene and am looking for.....well.....not even sure at this point...... I went to the Dr 2 weeks ago for the first time in 5 years. I am a healthy female, thin and 37 yo. I had been having muscle pain in my shoulders for several years along with occasional rounds of hair loss, fatigue, dry eyes and recently blurry vision. So I finally went to the Dr. he was thinking I had an auto immune issue but when we received the tests back, all was great.....except my blood sugar. It was 150 ( I had not fasted before the test). He seems a bit perplexed and ran several more tests. So I am awaiting the results. He prescribed 500mg of Metformin 1 a day till we get the other tests back. Any information or wisdom you would like to share would be so appreciated. I feel like I am learning a new language, culture etc. its just very overwhelming.