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From Gauteng, South Africa:

My daughter (11 years, diagnosed 3 years ago with Type 1 diabetes) has A1c readings of 118 to 122. Different doctors have different opinions and rate these readings from excellent to poor. What can one expect from a child of this age?

Answer:

I am not familiar with hemoglobin A1c being reported this way. I would refer you back to your doctor to clarify the results.

LM

Original posting 26 Aug 1998
Posted to A1c, Glycohemoglobin, HgbA1c

  
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