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A1C Levels

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    Marina G.
    GB
    Marina G.

    What is the A1C of people who have diabetes and are under 16?

    Marina G.
    GB
    Marina G.

    What is the A1C level of a 49 years old man?

    Marina G.
    GB
    Marina G.

    Is 7.5% A1C level normal for someone at the age of 38?

    Marina G.
    GB
    Marina G.

    How do I measure my A1C level?

    Sabrina S.
    GB
    Sabrina S.

    AN A1C test is a better test for diabetes than a simple blood glucose test as it represents blood glucose over several months and doesn't change throughout the day (with meals). It tells you the % of haemoglobin that is glycated of the total haemoglobin. A normal range is 4-6%, over 7-8% is high. More blood glucose=higher chance of glycated haemoglobin= possible diabetes

    Mârwâ F.
    EG
    Mârwâ F.

    So HA1c is best in follow up ??

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What are A1C Levels?

    Muhammed Faiz S.
    ZA
    Muhammed Faiz S.

    Clear explanation on the definition of A1C including the ranges of normal A1C levels and high A1C levels in individuals.

    Yasmine A.
    EG
    Yasmine A.

    do u mean at last that the A1C is more accurate than the normal body sugar ? is it preferable ?

    Julie C.
    GB
    Julie C.

    ac1 levels relates to diabetics .haemoglobin has a lifespan of 12o days . glycated haemoglobin is when glucose attaches itself to the haemoglobin this is where the ac1 levels comes from. 4-6% is normal and 7-8% is high

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