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    An_250538 posted:
    I am not really getting help from my doctor and need advice on my tolerance test readings.

    Glucose 1/2 hour 270
    Glucose 1 hour 261
    Gucose 2 hour 45
    Glucose 3 hour 63

    Would someone be able to help me decipher these results?
    flutetooter responded:
    We are not doctors here, so I would suggest talking to your own doctor or lab about the results. Also, since you have a computer, look up glucose tolerance test results and pick some reputable web sites to check out, such as Mayo's, famous hospitals, etc. Avoid any site that sells a product.
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