I wasn't for sure where to post this question, but I know that the people on this site are a great resource for similar experiences. I am a 20 year old female, 5'8" 110 pounds (skinny, I know) and I don't have medical insurance, but was given an oral glucose tolerance test through the health department. I am a college student who works full-time, and I will have insurance when I graduate. My results were as follows: Fasting glucose: 62 After drinking the solution: 197, an hour later: 161. I was diagnosed with Impaired Glucose tolerance, and to my research that means pre-diabetes. I bought a store brand glucose meter and tested on several occasions, to which my highest reading was 210 after meals, and 59 fasting. My maternal grandmother is the only known person in our family to have diabetes (type II). I carry glucose tablets if I feel low, and have eliminated all sugars except for some carbohydrates, in fear of losing weight. My question is, if my condition makes a switch to type II, what can I do to make it better? It's not like I don't get enough exercise or need to lose any weight. Can anyone here give me any information to help me out? Thank you for your time.