They have changed the limits in the last few yrs of where you are or aren't a diabetic. It used to be 150 if you were under that anytime you weren't a diabetic, That's why it took them so many years to really call me a diabetic, and my numbers were always that high and it wasn't until my reg PCP went on vacation that I got a new doc and he seen me one time and started me on insulin the next week. Couldn't believe I had been sick for that long and nothing done about my BS being that high. Even after I started insulin my A1C test was always 7 or 7.5 it wasn't until I got my DS that I have an A1C of 5.4 is the last one any tested me for,...which they don't even do that anymore. So don't fool around with the high numbers, I had gotten where I wasn't able to do anything without needing a nap to get it done. I did my dishes a little at atime till I got them done same with laundry and other things that had to be done around the house, I was in bed more then I was up when I started the insulin it was like geeze I don't know I was high or something,.. I cleaned my house from top to bottom it hadn't been done in over 4 yrs, I like to of worked my mom and fiance to death trying to keep up with me. I was very grateful for my reg PCP for being gone and I changed to the new guy till he moved last year. I still miss him. He was very supportive of my WLS decision too, and was very glad to learn about the DS,...he moved up north to Mn or Ws, not sure why or where just poof on me.
So please take this serious and act upon what the doctor tells you to, it can sure make a big differance in the way you feel.