A1c, Glycohemoglobin, HgbA1c from 2003
- I check my blood sugar regularly several times a day and get acceptable readings. I cannot get my A1c level down below 10. (13 Dec 2003)
- I have lost a great deal of blood and I am anemic. Could that be causing this very aberrant A1c result? (7 Dec 2003)
- We have the chart that converts the A1C to the correlating cbg reading, but we would like to know the formula that calculates the conversion. (7 Dec 2003)
- Can a hemoglobin A1c be done on a one month old? (9 Nov 2003)
- Do you feel that the home A1c tests will portray an accurate result? (19 Oct 2003)
- I was confused that my son's A1c dropped 2% six weeks after diagnosis, but only 0.3% after three months of good blood sugars. (13 Oct 2003)
- Is there something wrong with an A1c around 4.5%? Is an average blood glucose around 80 mg/dl [4.4 mmol/L] too low? (17 Sep 2003)
- Could there be other factors that resulted in my high A1c results that I should be investigating? (2 Sep 2003)
- Will the thalassemia and microcytosis affect the accuracy of the results of the automated A1c testing? (15 Aug 2003)
- My son has been diagnosed for four months now and has not had an A1c test. How critical is it? (27 Jun 2003)
- If a normal, healthy person who does not have diabetes had an A1c tested, what would it likely be? (18 Jun 2003)
- The lab the tech refused to draw blood because she said that the A1c requires fasting, and my daughter had just finished her snack. Is this true? (7 Apr 2003)
- My glucose levels at home are always well above where they should, but my A1c is always well within range. (15 Jan 2003)
- Are there any other possibilities that will produce high A1c numbers? (10 Jan 2003)
- The averages from my son's meter show that his A1c should be at the level we are attempting to achieve, but his A1cs are much higher. (8 Jan 2003)
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