This is a little difficult to tell, however, I will give you my thoughts and opinion. The way that a diagnosis of Diabetes is made these days is this. If she were to have a fasting blood glucose test of over 120 more than 2-3 times a definitive diagnosis would be made. Also, if she were to have a random test one time and it was 200 or more, she would be diagnosed with Diabetes. You must take into consideration, that even a normal person, after eating, blood sugars can and will rise. It would not be neccasarily unusual for a normal non-Diabetics blood sugar to go into the high 100's after eating. Of course I am not a physician and can not make an official diagnosis, I would be leaning that your daughter is probably not a Diabetic from the information you have given me.