Hi, Mine was 5.1 mmol/l (which is 91 mg/dl I think). When I was first diagnosed I used to have high (over 7 and 8 and 9) fasting blood sugar levels which I couldn't understand, however since starting to exercise and change my diet it seems to have amde a difference to my fasting levels (which I read somewhere are the most important levels).
Keep up the good work Ziggy! Hopefully you'll be able to hold off on ever going onto insulin. I am sure you are the envy of Type 2 diabetics - that have to handle their BG control with not just diet/exercise but also prescription pills/and or insulin injections.
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