I just got my quarterly lab report, and my FBG was 5.5, HbA1C 5.3. I am really surprised, because I've been feeling lousy lately and noticing highs postprandially as well as in the mornings, and I haven't been as careful with carbs this month on holidays as usual, so I was braced for bad news. It sounds great, but I'm not sure it adds up: This morning I tested at 7am at home: 6.7. My blood draw wasn't for another hour and a half, at 8:30. I brought my test kit and did it right after, which I usually do to check that my metre is accurate. My metre said 6.3. So, metre must be off, right? But, tonight I checked it against my spare metre at home and they are calibrated together. Both gone off the same amount at the same time? Seems odd. Any thoughts? Worry less about the carbs? Just wait until my next round of tests to see what they say? I've been warned that I'm probably pre-LADA so I'm always waiting for the other shoe to drop, and was really not expecting to see my first normal text in 2-3 years.