Is my blood glucose levels too low?


I dont have diabetes and I am a 15 year old girl.

I had my bloody glucose levels tested and they came back as 2.1 and my mum said that thats too low is she right and what do really low results mean???

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I haven’t been feeling dizzy at all and I eat normally

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Yes..I’m afraid your mums right…2.1 is very low and if it was that low you may well fall into a coma if your levels fall.I would advise you to see a Doctor and have them checked again. Hope my answer helps

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  • Yes 2.1 is very low and on the way to a hypo. I guess the low results could mean that your diabetic or maybe you were just having a very low sugared day. Talk to your doctor ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • Basically it means there is not enough blood sugar, if your worried you could go to a doctor. It is low, blood sugar should be between 4 and 6, so you could retake the test again and make sure you read the leaflet on a home test kit for information on fasting for that particular test

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  • Assuming the test strips were not damaged and were in date and the test was otherwise carried out correctly, 2.1 is low and does need investigating. Hypoglycemia is not a disease, it’s a symptom and the underlying cause will need to be looked at. Make an appointment to see your GP.


    There are two types of hypoglycemia that can occur in people who do not have diabetes; Reactive (postprandial, or after meals) and fasting (post absorptive). Reactive hypoglycemia is not usually related to any underlying disease, fasting hypoglycemia generally is. Normal blood sugar levels are between 4 – 8mmols.

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  • It’s not on the way to being hypo. It IS hypo. (Hypo is short for hypoglycaemic. Anything below 3.9 mmol/l, or 70 mg/dL is considered hypoglycaemic.)


    Who actually tested your blood glucose level and gave you that result?


    It’s something to bring to the attention of your doctor. S/he would, undoubtedly, offer advice on how best to manage hypoglycaemia.

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  • yes.

    i am a diabetic my self.

    2.1 for a normal person is very low.

    i advise you go to see a doctor.

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  • that is WAY to low , it should be between 7 and 4.5 or there abouts

    ……………………….get some food in you girl

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