I previously posted about hypoglycemia after being told that symptoms I have been dealing with were due to post-prandial (after eating) hypoglycemia. Since then I have had no luck at the symptoms subsiding and they continue to go uncontrolled. I recently had an A1C test that came back in the pre-diabetic range (5.7%). In all my previous fasting blood tests, my blood glucose levels have hovered around the high end of "normal." DoD Instruction 6130.03 states "(2) Current or history of pre-diabetes mellitus defined as fasting plasma glucose 110- 125 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) and glycosylated hemoglobin greater than 5.7 percent" and the Army's AR 40-501 simply states, "b. Current or history of diabetes mellitus (250) does not meet the standard." If my A1C level is 5.7% (I know this is the low end of the pre-diabetic range) is that DQ as well? I know that obviously the Army standards apply to me, but do the ones in the DoD pamphlet also apply to me? If it's only Army, does pre-diabetes not meet the standard since it's not full blown diabetes? Thanks for all the help.