Here we will look at a 105 mg/dL blood sugar level from a Glucose test result and tell you what it may mean. Is 105 mg/dL blood sugar good or bad?
Note that blood sugar tests should be done multiple times and the 105 mg/dL blood sugar level should be an average of those numbers.
According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, there is a Fasting Glucose Test and a Random Glucose Test. Below you can see what different results may mean.
Fasting Glucose Test
70 - 100 mg/dL = Normal
101 - 125 mg/dL = Prediabetes
126 and above = Diabetes
Therefore, according to the chart above, if the 105 mg/dL blood sugar level was from a Fasting Glucose Test, then it may indicate prediabetes.
Random Glucose Test
Below 125 mg/dL = Normal
126 - 199 mg/dL = Prediabetes
200 and above = Diabetes
If the test result of a 105 mg/dL blood sugar level was from a Random Glucose Test, then the result would indicate it to be in the normal range.
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