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Question:

From Waldwick, New Jersey, USA:

Do complications always happen? If blood levels are kept perfectly regulated, will complications still occur?

Answer:

Based on my personal experience with thousands of patients and according to many scientific findings, if blood sugar levels and A1cs are both kept almost close to reference numbers, complications won't ever occur. Or, if they will occur, they will appear much more later in life and of much lighter seriousness.

MS

DTQ-20060201192851
Original posting 11 Feb 2006
Posted to Complications

  
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