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Re: [IP] A1C and complications


All I was saying was that during the 9 years of the DCCT with "all the help" to
keep good A1Cs, they would go lower but generally remained in the low 7s.

Jim S.
email @ redacted

Brian Mozisek wrote:

> > I seem to remember that during the DCCT the participants were not able to
> > maintain A1Cs below the low 7s....
> >
> > And the had a more extensive "medical team" than many of us will ever
> > see....
> Jim,
> What is consider maintaining an A1C.  I maintained an a1c below 6.5 for two
> years.  Until I had a major lifestyle change and lost my forced exercise
> routine.   (I graduated from college and no longer had to walk to all my
> classes everyday)  I know many people who maintain A1Cs below 7.  It is not
> impossible, it just takes dedication and hardwork.
> Brian

Do I dare ask what it is running now that you don't have your "forced execise

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