Please help me out! it takes 2 seconds! im a type 1, doing a homework assignment that involves statistics.

Hi! My name is Cassidy Smith and I am doing a AP Stat project on type 1 diabetes! If you could please just post your current A1C and how many years youve had diabetes that would help me soooooo sooooo much! Ive been a type 1 for 4 years and my current A1C is 12.4.

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Might you not want the A1c at diagnosis as well, for it to be relevant?

yes actually that would be great! thanks!

They didn't do A1C's when I was diagnosed

Type 1 46 years Last A1C 6.4

thanks!

current A1c 5.7
years with diabetes 6
A1c at diagnosis ~12

Hi, I'm type 2 for 19 years and current A1c is 5.3

DX in 1984 so 28 years (eek). My current A1C is 5.3 although I have no recollection of what it was when I was diagnosed. I'm sure it was higher than that! 2x marathons and 7x 1/2 marathons and a few 5Ks. 1x black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Can play "Black Dog" on my axe!

Diagnosed 2 and a half years ago, current A1C 7.2

latest A1C is 6.8, I've been a type 1 diabetic for 42 years. I'm on sliding scale Humalog at each meal with a base dose of Lantus every evening. No idea how this statistically figures into whatever it is you're doing , but I'm happy to skew any results you may have.

I've had diabetes for 16 years and my A1c on Oct 9th was 6.6%
--I have no idea what my A1c was at diagnosis.

I've had diabetes for 15 years and my a1c is currently 5.5. When i was Dx'd it was around 9.5

ap stat, whoa. good luck with that.
a1c 5.5
at dx13.9
ive had the betes for 11 months.

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