Oof... Then that's high. I was thinking you'd say it was after weetabix or something. What did you eat the day before? Do you remember? Or what a typical day looks like in food and drink? Any meds that can up your blood sugar? (Statins, steroids). I have to say with fasting numbers like that, I'd wash my hands and check again, in case it was a false reading. I used to get that kind of numbers after a meal, but never fasting. If they're that high and you do a re-test, and you're hitting the same ballpark, I do think you need to get back to the GP. Maybe request C-Peptide and GAD tests. Considering the "no further action" I doubt they'll even know what those are though. But all in all... The sooner you cut carbs, and rather drastically, the better it'll be. And please test before a meal and 2 hours after the first bite. Dawn phenomenon can skew your numbers, and it'd be useful to know how you respond to foods... By the way, when you talk to someone, you want to put an @ before their name... Then they get notified of your reply.