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[IP] Re: A1C Numbers and How They Compare to Blood Sugars

 <<But the test is *not* an average. The test tells - at the time of the test -
the percentage of RBCs that are glycated.>>

Jim -

 Maybe I was given a false impression by the endo. They were concerned at his
check-up 1 year after his diagnosis, that his A1C was "too" low indicating an
overabundance of lows. Of course he was less than 3 at the time so that fact
alone may have something to do with it.


Mom to Joshua, 3, dx'd. @ 20 mos. & Jessie 21
western Massachusetts

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