So I am 10 weeks in since I was 'told' I was diabetic, obviously spent a lot of that time reading up. When I went back for my Bloods in August they were done and then I had the call to say it's bad news. Considering the substantial jump from 42 - 54, and no other symptoms should I have had a second blood test done to make sure it wasn't an error? Within a few weeks of switching diets, everything came down and is now well within the normal range my average of 5.6 with most of those readings being before, 1/2/3 hours after eating and Fasting. Fating bloods this week 4.4-4.8 The only change between the 42 and the 54 was the added carbs fruit and veg and whole wheat I had been told to add, I always supplement my Vitamins away from fruit due to the sugar content! Now I am 100% sure I am Carb sensitive as sugar has always made me whizz around like a nutter haha, but I've hardly ever eaten sugary foods, or massive amounts of carbs, always been more meat and veg and meat and meat with some meat. Had I not taken the 'good' advice and just switched back to my normal diet I feel I would have dropped not shot up to 54, is it worth at this point asking if its a firm diagnosis? The only time my bloods have been abnormal have been after gaining 20kg for weight lifting.