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New A1C numbers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy Apr 30, 2009. 10 Replies


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Jeremy replied to Robyn's discussion 'How many Test Strips do you use in 1 month? Just Curious.'
"I went to a diabetes class held by at the doctors office with about 10 to 15 others and they all thought I was crazy for testing 6 or more times a day. I was recently diagnosed and wanted to know what it was doing when, what foods did what, how much…"
Apr 30, 2009
Jeremy replied to Kelly Rawlings's discussion 'What's your blood sugar?'
"157 just after waking up... had icecream cake last night lol."
Apr 30, 2009
Jeremy replied to Jeremy's discussion 'New A1C numbers'
"Thanks everyone."
Apr 30, 2009
Anthony Holko replied to Jeremy's discussion 'New A1C numbers'
"Dear Jeremy. Great job. A low carb diet will make history out of the high trigycerides. Even helps cholesterol. Hard to believe but true."
Apr 29, 2009
Lucile K. replied to Jeremy's discussion 'New A1C numbers'
"Jeremy, I'm impressed. Keep up the good work. Lucy"
Apr 27, 2009
Andy Barnes replied to Jeremy's discussion 'New A1C numbers'
"Jeremy, Thats GRRREEEEEAAAAAAATT astony would say. Leep up the good work."
Apr 27, 2009
Cynthia F. replied to Jeremy's discussion 'New A1C numbers'
Apr 27, 2009
Jaimie Hernandez replied to Jeremy's discussion 'New A1C numbers'
"awesome! Congratulations on your hard work!"
Apr 27, 2009

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How do you hope to benefit from TuDiabetes?
Sharing information and group to talk with
Date diagnosed
January 27, 2009
Most recent HbA1C %, date of result (optional)
6.9 down from an 11.1 at late January...
Type of treatment/devices you use
Oral, Diet and Exercise
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At 1:18am on February 23, 2009, Gerri said…
Hi Jeremy,

Welcome to our community!

Wonderful people here to share with & learn from. I've learned more here than from my doctors. As a newly diagnosed Type 2, there's tons of info for you to search.

When you have time, please check out the New Member Guide. Just click on "About Us" at the top of the page.
At 7:49pm on February 5, 2009, Manny Hernandez said…
Hi Jeremy,
Welcome to the Tudiabetes family. Glad you found us and hope you get all the support and information you came looking for.

Take care,



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