With you family history, you are at higher risk for diabetes, but your latest (?fasting) glucose is in the normal range, not yet in the pre-diabetes range which ranges from 6.1 to 6.9. To get a better idea of your glucose levels, you could get your doctor to do a glucose tolerance test, along with a 3 month glucose average test, called an HbA1c to get a better overall picture. There are some patients who when they are in the pre-diabetes phase can get their glucose levels going a bit higher after a meal and then falling rapidly, although not to very low levels at which we would define true hypolglycemia. Treatment for this would involve a low glycemic index diet.
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