The first A1C that we are aware of being done has produced results. We used the Relion Home HbA1C test. Mailed it last Saturday and got notified this AM it was ready. Drum Roll…7.5%…!! This was after Novolog was added mid-February.
Now of course, the questions begin. There is a section 'Equating HbA1c to average plasma Glucose' that starts at 5% goes to 12% with an average plasma glucose number next to it. i.e. it shows HbA1c of 7% and avg glucose number of 170. Does that mean that her 7.5% result means her average was around 170?
Also, with the 7.5% number, what, if anything can be done medication wise with that number? OF course that will be a question for the Dr, but you guys are my first choice for info!
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