The values are within the normal limits. Normally a rise before a fall is expected with the readings, though the blood sugar levels can be altered due to stress/ anxiety, severe hypoglycemia, medications etc. I would suggest discussing the test results in detail with your treating endocrinologist.
Hope this is helpful.
Hi thanks for the reply , I don't have a endocrinologist so I guess start with a doctor .
I have seen other OGTT dont on TV and there is a rise of blood sugar after the dose then you want to see how quickly it drops back to normal , just wonder why mine didn't fit that profile .
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