About 2 years ago (26 Years old and thin), I was diagnosed (during a random check up) with high blood sugar - Fasting was around 8 mml.
During another consultation it was around 14 mml about 2hrs after lunch and my HBA1C was 6.1
My GP advise that I went on a low carb diet and exercise.
My blood sugar was in normal rather until beginning of year where it was around 20-22 mml. Again my GP said I should restrict my carbs even more.
Since I wanted another advise, I went to another doctor - fasting blood sugar was 19 mml. He put me on insulin straight away saying that I was type 1.
Still not happy with the diagnostic and insulin (novomix), I consulted an endo who asked to do several tests before she could correctly diagnosed me.
A few came back:
C peptide - 0.15 ug/l (0.049 pmol/ml)
Anti - GAD (Elisa) >2000 u/ml
Langerhans’ Islet Anti-bodies cames back negative - (<5 u/ml)
Could the Anti-GAD mean anything more serious? Since the normal amount would be (<5 u/ml).