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You’re at high risk and likely to have prediabetes.

You are at a high risk, indicating a likelihood of having prediabetes. These results suggest a heightened risk for type 2 diabetes. It's crucial to note that only your doctor can provide a definitive diagnosis of diabetes or prediabetes.

Rather than waiting for symptoms to arise, it's advisable to take proactive measures now. Email a copy of the detailed results to yourself.

Share these results with your doctor and request a straightforward blood test to confirm the presence of prediabetes. Collaborate with your doctor to develop an action plan and take immediate steps toward addressing this risk.

You’re at low risk for prediabetes.

You're currently at a low risk for prediabetes. Your efforts to date have been effective.

Keep up the positive momentum by incorporating more physical activity into your daily routine and making healthier food choices.

Remember, only your doctor can provide a definitive diagnosis of diabetes or prediabetes. If you remain concerned about prediabetes, consider sharing your risk test results with your doctor and requesting a simple blood test for confirmation.

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Have you ever been diagnosed with gestational diabetes?

Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes that develops in women during pregnancy. It usually goes away after pregnancy, but women who have had gestational diabetes have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

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What should I do now?

Remember that with early diagnosis, prediabetes can often be reversed.

Talk to your doctor about your interest in joining a CDC-recognized National Diabetes Prevention Program lifestyle change program, which is a scientifically proven way to reverse prediabetes.

And if you can’t join the meetings in person, that’s okay, because you can join an online program.


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I have a healthy body mass index (BMI).

I have an above normal body mass index.

I have a high body mass index.

I have a very high body mass index.

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About the Risk Test

Approximately 98 million (1 in 3) American adults have prediabetes. Prediabetes is a condition where blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not high enough yet for a type 2 diabetes diagnosis.

Nearly 81 percent of people with prediabetes don’t know they have it. People with prediabetes are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. Talk to your doctor to be screened regularly, and take the steps necessary to delay or prevent type 2 diabetes and prediabetes.

The American Diabetes Association launched its first risk test in 1993. The risk test was adapted by a published study and validated using data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

When developing the test, researchers looked for specific characteristics that made a person more likely than average to have undiagnosed type 2 diabetes. To make the tool as easy to use as possible, they only considered health characteristics that people would know about themselves without needing a blood test or other medical evaluation—such as age, height and weight, but not including blood glucose or cholesterol levels.

A high score on the online risk test (five or higher) means you have a significant risk for having undiagnosed prediabetes or type 2 diabetes; but only a blood test can determine a diagnosis.