A1c, Glycohemoglobin, HgbA1c from 2000
- Is one hemoglobin A1c evidence enough to diagnose me with diabetes or should I be asking for other tests to be preformed? (6 Oct 2000)
- Is the hemoglobin A1c test merely an average and not a reflection of my overall control? (6 Oct 2000)
- I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes about 10 years ago. For the past 2 years I have had good control. The results of my most recent A1C test were strange. (7 Sep 2000)
- Is there a study that indicates how long blood sugars are in higher range per day that adversely effects A1c? (6 Jul 2000)
- Can you tell me how his A1cs are affected? Is it always the high sugars? (5 Jul 2000)
- I know how that HbA1c lab values very a lot from lab to lab and even within the same lab. (5 Jul 2000)
- In your medical opinion, what should the hemoglobin A1c goal be for a child under 2 years of age? (30 Jun 2000)
- My son is 2 years old. His A1c level was 10.6%. (26 Jun 2000)
- I'm wondering how it is possible to separate the glycated hemoglobin from the native one. (26 Jun 2000)
- If I donate blood, and my control is not very good, will this affect the results of my next HbA1C test? (19 Jun 2000)
- Her readings are generally in range, 80-180. How can this Hemoglobin A1c be so high? (5 Jun 2000)
- I recently had a A1c test of 9.5. I had mononucleosis 2 months ago. Would that have made this test higher? (1 Jun 2000)
- How often would you recommend a 9 year old with Type 1 diabetes get a HbA1c test? (15 May 2000)
- Is there any list I could look at that compares A1Cs of diabetics, some on the pump, some not? (5 Apr 2000)
- One of my colleagues asked me if taking vitamin C affects A1c test results. (27 Feb 2000)
- I would like to know what the Hemoglobin A1C tests results should be. (14 Feb 2000)
- Is it possible to have vastly varying HbA1c results? (13 Feb 2000)
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