Prediabetes risk assessment

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Could you have prediabetes?


It’s important to know your risk of developing prediabetes or type 2 diabetes. This vital knowledge allows you to be proactive in your lifestyle choices and alter your chances of future complications.


Your risk for developing prediabetes or type 2 diabetes is impacted by several factors, including family history, age, gender, ethnicity, blood pressure, physical activity level and BMI.


Take our quiz and find out


Taking this short, six-question quiz* can give you the information you need to better your future health and possibly save your life.


*Adapted from CDC Prediabetes Risk Test


A family history of diabetes could contribute to your risk for type 2 diabetes.

Having high blood pressure contributes to your overall risk for type 2 diabetes.

You are at a higher risk for type 2 diabetes the older you are.

Being inactive can increase your risk for type 2 diabetes.

Men are more likely than women to have undiagnosed diabetes; one reason may be that they are less likely to see their doctor regularly.

A woman who has had gestational diabetes is at increased risk.

To answer this question, first click this link to calculate your BMI. (Calculator will open in a new tab.)

People with higher BMIs are at a higher risk.