I wonder why they didn't test at the 1-hour interval of the OGTT? I've never had one, but I thought they tested more often that just at two hours.
3.7 is in the hypo range. US 3.7 = 66. Do you test your blood sugar with a meter or are you just referencing to the OGTT results? Testing your fasting blood sugar will help you on a daily basis to see if you run low every day.Thanks, I'm going to try my best too. The weird thing is, the ref range on the chart said my 3.7 was not low yet (close but not yet), but when I look at the ref range charts online it shows hypo.
I understand my GP doesn't know much about it, but she has told me my low blood glucose results could be a sign of diabetes later in life, but on this OGTT she did not seem to think 3.7 was too low. I guess she just follows the ref range.
Does anybody know if hypo is a precursor or if 3.7 is normal?