Hi Guys, I visited my doctor last month for a problem, and they ran full bloods to full illnesses out before continuing investigations. I am 24, attend the gym and weight lift 5x week and eat well. I have no history of diabetes in my family, although my mum and sister have thyroid issues. My first HbA1C came back at 55 and then my second a few weeks later at 72. I was called by the drs who said they believed I had Type 1 Diabetes, and that based on my symptoms (dizziness, blurry vision, light headedness, shakiness etc), they wanted me to come in and do a ketone test to see if I was in DKA. I did the urine ketone dip and ketones were found, although my finger prick test at the time was normal. They sent me to A&E to check everything and give fluid if need be; my ketones were gone when they tested and my finger prick test was again normal, but the A&E Dr said I was definitely Type 1 diabetic, and referred me to the ambulatory clinic the next morning to start me on insulin. I attended the clinic, my ketones were normal, as were my finger prick test, they told me I was not diabetic at all, but that bigger people like me sometimes have high blood sugar (I'm a size 8-10)?? The Dr didn't even speak to me, it was the nurse who informed me of this, and said that the community diabetic nurse would be in touch (even though apparently I'm not diabetic?), and sent me away without any further investigation or meds. I woke this morning and did my finger prick test and was in hypo with a blood glucose of 3.8. I felt really shaky and dizzy and not well at all. I have contacted my GP who are going to speak to a senior and get back to me, but I am so confused and worried about this. Has anyone had anything similar? Does anyone know why some Drs think I'm diabetic and another one doesn't? Any advice or info would be great as I'm baffled!