The short answer is yes. The longer answer is: 1. you need to be seeing an Eye MD ophthalmologist not a non-physician optometrist. 2. You need parameters other than just your IOP including family history (do you have a blood relative with glaucoma? If so you are a glaucoma suspect), your cup/disk ration, a baseline visual field, a baseline macula and nerve fiber layer OCT, a measurement of corneal thickness (pachymetry) and possibly a gonioscopy. IOP alone is not a way of diagnosing glaucoma.