Jen's Blog Posts Tagged 'a1c' (3)

A1c result

I got my A1c result this morning and it was ...


Exactly the same as my last one.

*suppresses ranting*

I feel like my control has been better these past few months than the few months before that, but obviously it hasn't really ...

I am already doing the following:

* Weighing/measuring foods I eat at home

* Not eating out

* Sticking to the same schedule/foods every day

* Exercising 30-60 minutes every day

*… Continue

Added by Jen on August 26, 2011 at 10:23am — 3 Comments

Waiting for my A1c

I got blood drawn for another A1c today. I don't have an endo appointment because I missed my last one and he's on vacation right now, so that will have to wait for September. I will probably get my A1c results tomorrow, though (they put them online so patients can log in and see).

This is the past two weeks of my blood sugars. It looks pretty crappy, and the software indicates only 31% of my readings are between 4-8 (70-150 mg/dl). Which is really kind of… Continue

Added by Jen on August 25, 2011 at 8:00pm — 5 Comments

My A1c after much work ...

My A1c today was 6.6. I'm actually really disappointed in that. I've been going low a lot lately and haven't been having many highs (I go slightly over 11 (200) only a handful of times a week for the past few months). I was really pretty sure it would be under 6.5. A 6.6 corresponds to an average blood sugar of 7.9 (143) which is much higher than the daily averages I've been achieving. I've been putting in SO much effort these past few months—logging everything, exercising more and eating… Continue

Added by Jen on November 26, 2009 at 11:00pm — 8 Comments

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