Went to Dr. 2 wks ago, he was going over my labwork and said that my hemoglobin was starting to get into that gray area where I needed to take some precautions to avoid becoming diabetic. This bloodwork he wwent over was from 3 months prior. They did bloodwork again that day to recheck A1C levels coupe wks ago. They called me today and he wants me to come back in there to go over the bloodwork. I'm a little nervous, but skeptical as well. I'm one of those guys who eats extremely clean year round, although I do consume a lot of white rice and potatoes. I hardly EVER consume sugar, no soda, no sweets, hardy ever eat sugar. I'd have to say my daily carb intake prior to this was roundabout 300-400 grams/day consistently. I have been on 200mg/wk test replacement for past couple yrs now. Dr. told me to start donating blood every 3 months to help keep levels in check, have not done so yet but going to do my first visit tomm. I honestly never come off cycle, I just switch compounds every few months and stick to my 200mg/wk test dosage all the time. I have not used any GH or insulin in over a year, but I'm wondering if steroids have affected my hemoglobin? I've recently lowered carb intake. I also train in mornings in a fasted state. I dont feel bad other than I occasionally feel hypoglycemic if my carbs are too low. But I've always been this way. Could this be gear related? Any suggestions? He is talking about putting me on metformin if my levels rise anymore, I do not want to use any sort of medication I would have to stay on. Def do not want to be a diabetic!!!