It's really interesting to see that others have had the same history that I have. I also had been hypoglycemic for many years. Because of my family history, I was tested during my first pregnancy, and my hypoglycemia was confirmed. I always had problems with "rebound" effect after eating something really sweet. After spending half my life like that, I suddenly "flip-flopped" at 55. It was really a shock to have high sugar after so many years of low. My doc said "you're not the age you were then." I guess for those of us who have hypo for years, the diabetes is going to happen at some point... .
Your readings don't sound that high to me, but I'm new at this and certainly no expert. I think you should discuss being tested for diabetes with your doctor and see what the blood tests show. I can tell you that being here has helped me tremendously, and reading everyone's advice and experiences has helped me to learn better food choices and try to stick with it. One great thing about the low carb diets that many on here recommend is that I've lost some weight. I was only diagnosed in April, but I've kept off the first 10 pounds I lost from my sugars being so high, and lost another 3. I'm only 5'1", so thats a big accomplishment for me! Being on a low carb diet may also help you avoid the low sugar.... as I mentioned, my attacks usually were caused by "rebound" from sugary foods.
(((Hugs)))! I hope you will stay with us!