|2+ level of glucose in urine; none in blood
Sep 26, 2003
For the last year+ I've had glucose levels in my urine between 2 and 3. My doctor has several times tested my blood for diabetes with repeated negative. I have all the classic symptoms of type 2 diabetes (other than clinical)...excessive thirst, frequency of urination, fatigue, etc. I have no known risk factors other than being over 45. No smoking, hypertension, cholesterol or tiglycerides problems. I'm clinically stable on HAART and have been for some time.
| Response from Dr. Henry
You may want to take a glucose tolerance test or get a fasting insulin or HgA1c to further assess your level of glucose tolerance/insulin resistance. I would also carefully check your kidney function.KH
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