Diabetes tests are the best way to determine whether you are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes or type 1 diabetes

There are several types of tests for diabetes including diabetes screening tests, C-peptide tests, oral glucose tolerance test, GAD antibody test and type 2 risk indicator tests.

Once you know and understand the symptoms of diabetes, you may find that you have a higher than average diabetes risk.

Early diabetes diagnosis can help to identify and prevent diabetes complications.

Type 2 Diabetes Risk Indicator

The following test is not intended to replace diabetes information and a test from a healthcare professional

If you believe you may have diabetes, see a doctor or visit your local healthcare centre as soon as possible. It simply gives an indication of whether or not you have a risk of developing diabetes.

To get an accurate score, answer all questions in the diabetes test and click the calculate button to get your results.

If you have any questions regarding your result, ask a question in the Diabetes Forum

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