Yes. And I am convinced I am a pre-diabetic. For the past 3 years my fastin blood sugar has been 103, 105 and 107. The 107 was just this January. I bought myself a meter, and a home A1c test. The home A1c said it was 5.8. I freaked. Kept checking my morning sugar, and it was always between 98 and 104. My two hour PP reading were always below 140. My diet was ALL sugar. 3-4 tbsp of sugar in my coffee, tons of carbs, drinking sweet teas, and eating PB cups.
I checked my blood sugar so much my fingers hurt. I finally called my Dr. because she never mentioned anything about my fasting blood sugar. And told me to STOP testing, run over my meter whatever. She said to cut down on sugar and carbs, and start exercising. Which I have. I have lost about 8 pounds since January. I am still scared though. I have not touched that meter since seeing my Dr. in January. I asked her to check my blood sugar. It was 3 hours after eating, and it was 108. She said that was fine, and they would be concerned if it was 150 or over. It was considered a randon blood glucose test. I told her what my A1c was on my home meter, and she didn't seem at all concerned. I asked for a lab A1c, and I am going to get that done in May.
I KNOW I am a pre-diabetic. I do not understand how I couldn't be. Not with fasting glucose numbers in the high 90's and in the 100's. I have no diabetes in my family. But, I have high blood pressure, a belly, and high Trigs. All of which points to metabolic syndrome.
I think your numbers are fine.
I don't think mine are, at all.
So yea, I have a reason to have anxiety over this. You however, do not.