Go see a doctor and get tested. Frequent urination is one sign of type 2 diabetes. It also could be a sign of a disease you do not feel until more severe such as bladder or urinary tract infection, an enlarged prostrate if male, vaginitis if female, or possibly a tumor. Also comes to mind is from drinking excessive amounts of fluids. Good luck -
"It cam 82. It is normal correct?"
Normal fasting ranges are 60/70 to 99 mg/dl.
" Can I rull out high blood sugar i.e. diabetes.?"
Most likely. However, to truly rule out diabetes ask to get an A1c [HA1c,HgbA1c] test. It measures your blood sugars over the past 2-3 months. A fasting test measures only at the time of the test, does not reveal what your blood sugars were 3 hours, the day, or week, or month prior.
"But to measure Diabetes generally they go for Fasting blood sugar..correct?"
Fasting is one of several diabetes tests. If your fasting levels are above normal, to verify diabetes most doctors follow-up with an A1c test. Since your fasting levels fell into a normal range is up to YOU if you wish to do a follow-up.
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To help answer your question regarding predications on normal to prediabetes and/or prediabetes to diabetes use Google search to educate yourself on diabetes and diabetes prevention. A good place with lots of information is the ADA [American Diabetes Association] web site. Also, MedHelp has an prediabetes forum. If you look there you will see a thread on
TIPS FOR DIABETES PREVENTION
By nursegirl6572 Jul 01, 2012
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