After completing some blood tests during my annual checkup, my doctor diagnosed me with high blood sugar, or prediabetes. I didn't have diabetes yet, but I could potentially develop it later. I immediately became confused and asked my doctor to explain my condition further. Prediabetes occurs when your blood sugar is higher than normal but not high enough to be labeled diabetes. Although some people experience excessive thirst and other symptoms similar to diabetes, the majority of individuals don't. I never experienced symptoms, so the test results surprised me. After I completed my exam, my doctor placed me on a special diet to lower my blood sugar. I also visit my physician regularly to monitor my condition. I know prediabetes can confuse you, so I started this blog to address your concerns. I also provide tips to help you manage your condition. Thanks for visiting.