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How Can I Lower My Hb A1c Levels In A Week
?: Can you safely get your waist size to be half your height in a week? One week is impossible. First of all, no significant changes are seen for 3-4 mos at a time. No sense in checking it sooner. Secondly, please learn about your condition. Seems you really don't know what u r dealing with. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can I do to lower my HbA1C and glucose levels? My last blood test over a year ago shower HbA1C 5.6 and glucose 83.... I still eat lots of sugar!!
What's the concern?: Eating sugar isn't really a factor when blood glucose is being evaluated. Maybe you can get your carbs in some other more wholesome form. Both your HgbA1c and glucose are fine. At age 24, you've got lots more worth your attention than fretting over labs. The key to preventing diabetes long-run -- and a huge help to one's emotions in a cruel world -- is staying aerobically fit. Best wishes. ...Read more
My glucose level is 73 but my hba1c is 7.8 am i diabetic? And what is the fastest way to decrease hba1c due to work requirement. Any food suggestions?
Yes: Hemoglobin a1c is a good measure of diabetes status. A normal reading is around 5. A reading of 7.8 is very abnormal. The good news is you can change that by what you eat - go low carb (search low carb diets on the internet). That number will change slowly though because a1c is a 3 month average of blood sugar levels. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Impossible: Since the a1c measures your average glucose level over the past three months, it is impossible to lower it in that short a time. However, it is important to begin now to lower your value toward normal and then keep it there forever. 8.3 is too high and can shorten your life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Feet & lower left leg tingling. Fasting glucose 73 and hba1c 4.8%. Cbc normal, HIV neg 23 weeks after last possible exposure. Any ideas why tingling?
BG control: Hba1c % is almost always elevated because of higher-than-normal average blood sugars, usually in diabetes or prediabetes (impaired fasting glucose, glucose intolerance). Lowering bgs through diet, exercise, or medication should lower hba1c. However, hba1c can be transiently, falsely elevated, so it should be confirmed by repetition and supporting tests, e.g. Fasting bg before any therapy starts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lifestyle change: Discuss these with your physician. I am going to assume your have glucose intolerance or type II diabetes but do not require medicine at this time. The greatest gift you can give yourself is weight reduction and good exercise. Even if you are already fairly fit, aerobic fitness would be great. Sensible diet will also be a key. ...Read more
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