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You don't say whether you have diabetes or not. The target range for blood glucose levels is between 4 and 8 mmol/L with or without diabetes so 9.2 is outside the target range. However, you need to make sure that the person's hands were clean before doing the test and that the meter used was calibrated properly.
Diabetes is when there is too much glucose (sugar) in the blood stream. There are two main types of diabetes - type 1 and type 2.
Type 1 diabetes happens when the body’s pancreas stops making insulin, an important hormone that controls blood glucose (sugar) levels. When the body stops making insulin, blood glucose levels (BGLs) start to rise. To manage type 1 diabetes, insulin injections are needed to take the place of the body’s own insulin balanced with food and exercise. This type of diabetes is more common in young people.
Type 2 diabetes happens when either the pancreas doesn’t make enough insulin or the insulin doesn’t work very well. This type of diabetes usually occurs in older people, however is now being seen in younger people. People with type 2 diabetes need to watch what they eat, be active every day and sometimes take diabetes tablets or insulin injections. In this type of diabetes people tend to be overweight.
If you have symptoms of diabetes, which include thirst, going to the toilet frequently to pass urine and weight loss, you need to seek medical attention straightaway as you can get very sick very quickly and the situation can become lif threatening
If you already have diabetes a reading of 9.2 mmol/L is still outside the target range but not life threatening. You will still be advised to try and maintain your blood glucose levels between 4 and 8 mmol/L.
You should go to your doctor if you're worried.