Is 100 Blood Sugar Level high?


My husband is 23, 165 lbs, 5′ 9”. He is very athletic. He tested his fasting blood sugar this morning and it was at 100. Is that high? He is very concerned because diabetes runs in his family. I really dont know anything about it. Any insight would be helpful. Thanks.

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Best Answer: While a fasting blood sugar reading of 100 is not extremely high, it is not a normal blood sugar reading. Normal fasting blood glucose reading should be between 85 and 90 mg/dl. With a history of diabetes in your husband’s family, he should definitely see his doctor as soon as possible.

There is no such thing as pre-diabetes so if his doctor even mentions that, please have your husband tell him/her that he wants an oral glucose tolerance test. If that test results show an increased blood sugar level, your husband should be treated as a diabetic.

Diabetes is an insidious disease. Damage is being done to every cell and organ in the body as long as blood sugar levels are above normal. Do not let anyone, including your doctor, tell you any different.

Get the jump on diabetes before it gets you.


Good luck and God bless you.

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  • Don t blow this off. A blood glucose of 100 with a family history is a signal to make some changes. Newer standards call it pre diabetes at 100, old standards were 110. My husband s was fluctuating in the 90 s for four years and is now 101. He is not overweight, but has the other symptoms of metabolic syndrome to include high blood pressure. His mother has an
    insulin pump. His doctor is concerned, and has ordered him to walk five days a week and get rid of simple carbs, and watch the amounts of complex carbs. He will be 50 this summer, if his Dr did not take this seriously, my husband might not either. Get a second opinion if in doubt, but do not do nothing.

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  • Sugar level is controlled by diet, exercise and drugs. Normal fasting blood sugar level is 60 to 105 mg/100ml. Your fasting blood sugar is high. Post prandial blood sugar should be taken 2 hours after taking food and it should be less than 126 mg/100 ml. The sugar level may vary from time to time.

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    My husband is 23, 165 lbs, 5' 9''. He is very athletic. He tested his fasting blood sugar this morning and it was at 100. Is that high? He is very concerned because diabetes runs in his family. I really dont know anything about it. Any insight would be helpful. Thanks.

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  • 100 is not high – it’s about average. When I was diagnosed, my fasting blood sugar was 239, hon. THAT set off some alarm bells at the clinic, let me tell you. Being diabetic, I aspire to a blood sugar level of 100. If he’s worried, go to the dr with him, but he’s healthy and athletic and I’m assuming eats a healthy low carb and low sugar diet. But since heredity is a factor it’s wise to be tested. Go to the doctor and ease your minds. Good luck.

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  • In a doctor’s office, he tested in pre-diabetic range, defined as 100-125 mg/dL. Normal is 99 mg/dL or below, although most non-diabetics fast in the 80s.


    It’s not “high,” but it is abnormal. Home meters have a margin of error and there’s always the possibility of faulty equipment or user error, so he should see a doctor as soon as possible to get an official test.

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