I looked on the American Diabetes website and there is an OGTT test- is that the test--meaning oral glucose tolerance test. This is what they say about those results. OGTT test, a person's blood glucose level is measured after a fast and two hours after drinking a glucose-rich beverage. If the two-hour blood glucose level is between 140 and 199 mg/dl, the person tested has pre-diabetes. If the two-hour blood glucose level is at 200 mg/dl or higher, the person tested has diabetes.
I am only reporting what I read.
If your blood sugar was 65, yes what you experienced would be a low-blood sugar.
I am a TYPE I diabetic and when my blood sugar is 65, sometimes I feel weak and hungry and possibly disoriented. Other times I have to test my blood sugar to know it is that low. If my blood sugar goes from being highish and then drops quickly(like in half hour) I get more of those symptoms--I believe because of how quickly it dropped. Having a low blood sugar reaction can take a lot out of you. Sometimes it makes me very tired-other times hardly at all. I have a friend, in her seventies, on the insulin pump who gets very tired-even exhausted after a low blood sugar.
I am not sure if I am helping to answer your questions-but I am sure that your doctor will answer your questions at your appointment. I would suggest that you write down all of your questions and concerns and bring it with you--sometimes when I go to the doctor I forget to ask questions-so I learned to come prepared.
Thanks for your response. I found the American Diabetes website you were takling about and it is very informative. I have a Dr. appointment wed. the 24th. I will write down my questions and concerns beforehand so I don't forget anything, good idea thanks.