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A1c, Glycohemoglobin, HgbA1c from 1998

  1. My son, aged 6, has had Type 1 diabetes for 16 months. His HA1C's have been 5.9, 6.2, 5.9. 6.4 and 7.1. (24 Dec 1998)
  2. We were told that the doctor wanted to test my son's Ac1 but that he would have to fast for 12 hours before the test was performed. (1 Dec 1998)
  3. I have a three year old son. We also found out that his A1C was 5.7. I was told this is too low for his age. (2 Nov 1998)
  4. My daughter has Hemoglobin AE (Hgb E Trait). Do you know if this will effect her A1c test? (25 Oct 1998)
  5. How will donating blood twice, 56 days apart, affect a hemoglobin A1C drawn every 90 days? (29 Sep 1998)
  6. Have any pediatric endocrine teams been able to acquire the new Bayer DCA 2000+? (10 Sep 1998)
  7. My daughter has A1c readings of 118 to 122. (26 Aug 1998)
  8. What is the utility of fructosamine testing? How does it rate against HbA1c testing? (7 Aug 1998)
  9. Why would I get such different results from one A1c test to the next? (29 Jun 1998)
  10. What is fructosamine, and where is it made? (2 May 1998)
  11. Our son had another A1C yesterday. The result came back 6.6. His previous A1C was 6.75. (20 Apr 1998)
  12. I recall reading on the web about a new home Ha1c test. Do you have more information? (3 Apr 1998)
  13. My daughter is four. Her A1c has always been 8.2 to 8.5. Is that really good? (2 Apr 1998)
  14. My last test results included a fructosamine test. (23 Mar 1998)
  15. Is there any other type of averaging test used for kids that can't get the A1c? (20 Mar 1998)
  16. I want to know how I can get my hemoglobin down into a normal range. (19 Mar 1998)
  17. Can a person present with glucosuria on three occasions but have a normal test result on the HgbA1c? (17 Mar 1998)
  18. My pre-conception glycohemoglobin was 5.4. My doctor felt that was too low. Isn't that a contradiction? (11 Mar 1998)
  19. Is there any evidence that A1c results are affected by recent high daily readings or by wide variation in daily readings? (1 Mar 1998)

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