I am writing to see if anyone else has had an issue similar to mine and because it is driving me crazy! I apologize in advance for the long post. I am a 22 year old female of average height and weight (about 5'3" and 120 lbs). I am young and have never been overweight so when I was told last year that I was pre-diabetic I was confused... Last year I was extremely fatigued, just tired and napping all the time. It was a struggle just to complete typical daily tasks. People around me (such as my family) noticed and became worried and frustrated because they didn't understand why I never felt like doing things. A seemingly healthy 21 year old should be out and about living life and having fun right?! I had been health-conscious for years so I ate fairly healthy, probably better than a lot of people my age. I am not and have never been overweight. I don't drink alcohol at all due to my beliefs. I don't take drugs other than those prescribed to me and normal over-the-counter stuff. I finally went to the doctor and they took blood from me. A couple days or so later they call me with results and tell me my HbA1C is in the prediabetic range and to just change my diet. They also said my vitamin D was low so she put me on 50,000 units once per week for 6 months. I have since finished this. Since then, I have had my A1C checked a few more times. Every time they sent out blood it would come back either in the pre-diabetic range or borderline. Recently I went back to the doctor (my PCP) because my blood sugar kept dropping, sometimes even right after eating. I can eat a full meal, whether it's healthy or not-so-healthy and it still has the tendency to drop right after. As quickly as just a few minutes after. I can tell it is dropping because I feel nauseous, shaky, weak, and when I check my blood sugar it is low...and then I have to force myself to eat more just to bring my blood sugar back up. It's annoying! After checking my blood sugars routinely for a little while I went back to my PCP and after telling her she thinks maybe my A1C has lowered bc of my frequent low blood sugars (possible spikes and drops averaging out the A1C). She put me on Metformin to stabilize it and referred me to an endocrinologist. But my appointment isn't until January 2018! I just want answers! I want to know what is going on with my body! Has anyone else experienced anything similar???