Elly's Blog – July 2009 Archive (1)

6.9 X]

So I went to my endo last friday and my A1c is now 6.9 from a 7.3 since April. I'm pretty excited to see my numbers getting down to where I want them to be. I can't wait to reach my goal and get my A1c to the 5-6 range. I know I need to watch my blood sugars closely so I can keep my numbers where I want them meaning keeping an eye on those high's and keeping track of what the cause could have been and on the low's too. I can't wait to see what happens when I go back in October!!! [I love my… Continue

Added by Elly on July 15, 2009 at 11:48am — 3 Comments

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