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Question by  Specificity (27)

Should a non diabetic's sugar ever get above 140?


Answer by  Shelley34 (82)

This is not a normal blood sugar level for someone that is not diabetic. People that don't have diabetes blood sugar levels should not be above 120. If you are seeing levels above 120 please see a Doctor for further testing


Answer by  patti (29325)

A person who does not have diabetes or that is not pre-diabetic generally does not have issues with elevated blood sugar. An occasional spike is quickly managed by the body.


Answer by  JSmith0330 (616)

Normal non-diabetic will seldom have have a blood sugar level that will go below 70mg/dl or that will go above 140 mg/ dl. If you feel something is wrong or not feeling well I would contact my doctor see what they tell you to do. If your really feeling bad contact 911.


Answer by  jsmith (2067)

Yes, a non-diabetic's blood sugar will often increase to over 140 after meals. The most important factor is that it not REMAIN elevated, such as during periods of fasting.


Answer by  tweety65 (16)

The simple answer to this question is : No. A non diabetics blood sugar levels rise after they eat but it should never go above 140. If your blood glucose level is within the range of 140 to 199 you are classified as pre diabetic. Thankfully we now have medicine and lifestyle changes we are aware of to lower it.


Answer by  o3 (9)

no a diabetics sugar should stay at a low appropiate level if the diabetic finds himself constantly tired he should get his sugar checked and make sure hes on the proper medication

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