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Hi guys 36 male here -

Never had a problem before with Glucose (had my liver and kidney function) bloodwork done and this popped up in red.

Glucose - 100 H (Out of Range)
Units - MG/DL
Reference Range - 70-99

What does the 100 H mean? What does the H stand for?

Thanks so much.

  1. Hi! While we are not medical professionals and cannot offer medical advice, have you checked in with your doctor/care team about this and next steps? I am not sure about the H but if the reference range is 70-99 the 100 would be just slightly above. 100-125 is often considered prediabetes - https://type2diabetes.com/diagnosis-and-testing/fasting-blood-glucose/ Best, Margot, Type2Diabetes.com Team

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