I’m converting to US numbers, because we Americans are backwards and can’t use the same system as everyone else (what, you mean that 100 KPH isn’t the same as 100 MPH??) - multiply by 18, apparently. So your 2 hour PP for breakfast was 144, your 2 hour PP for lunch was 128, and your 2 hour PP for dinner was 196, with an extra sugar load . . . that ain’t so bad, except for the 2 hour for dinner, and that’s STILL in the pre-diabetic range.
For T2 diagnosis, 2 hour PP has to be above 200 (11.1); 140-200 (7.8-11.1) is pre-diabetes (impaired glucose tolerance); fasting has to be above 126 (7.0); pre-diabetes is 100-126. (5.6-7.0) (impaired fasting glucose).
Fasting is about 104, which, again, is pre-diabetic. Are you taking a basal insulin?
The other question is whether your exercise patterns have changed. I know that I can get my 2 hour post down to 81 (4.5) with even 15 minutes of relatively vigorous exercise (elliptical machine or treadmill), at least in the afternoons. In the AM, it doesn’t matter what I do or what I eat; I run in the 110s-130s 2 hour post - I think I have to tweak when I give myself my 2U of Lantus.
So, my best advice is see an endo - if you were up in these parts, I’d give you the name of mine, who’s excellent, but seeing as how you’re down in South Africa, that really won’t help you all that much.
Of course, I ain’t a doctor, just a not-yet-admitted-to-practice lawyer, but I’ve been talked off the proverbial ledge many times when it comes to a bad reading or 2 - and every time I think the honeymoon is over, it kicks right back in strong.
Hope I’m being helpful, and not giving you info you already have . . . we lawyers tend to do that sort of thing