Normal glucose levels run less than 6.1 when taken fasting in the morning according to local guidelines, and less than 7.8 during the day, so your levels would be fine. Low glucose levels are less than 4. Your glucose levels would reflect lower than they really are as you are on glucophage, as this is a glucose lowering drug. To know your true fasting reading you would need to stop the glucophage and then do a fasting level after 2 weeks. Suggest talking to your doctor when you see him about stopping and rechecking glucose levels off it.
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