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Old 10-13-2011, 07:46   #21
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an HBA1c of 3.2 is too low: by my calculations [eAG(mg/dl) = (28.7 X HbA1c) – 46.7] that is an average of 2.5 (45)
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23-08-11 11.7
09-09-11 6.1
01-10-11 3.2 (< 3.0 - 5.4 mmol/L Normal Range)
I am a bit confused. JT's numbers are great and I am sorry I am raising a doubt here. I am not being negative and please dont feel offended.

Are we sure that we are talking about HBA1C here or are we talking about FBG ? Can a HBA1C fall from 11.7 to 6.1 in one month ? and then to 3.2 in another month ? HBA1c is supposed to be the average BG over the last 2-3 months ?


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Old 10-13-2011, 15:04   #22
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I am a bit confused. JT's numbers are great and I am sorry I am raising a doubt here. I am not being negative and please dont feel offended.

Are we sure that we are talking about HBA1C here or are we talking about FBG ? Can a HBA1C fall from 11.7 to 6.1 in one month ? and then to 3.2 in another month ? HBA1c is supposed to be the average BG over the last 2-3 months ?


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Are you trying to say that I am lying those results in my Signature Tony ?

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Old 10-13-2011, 15:20   #23
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Oh no JT. I am sorry you felt that. I definately did not mean that.

Believe me I am currently at a worse HbA1c and would love to get it down as well. Infact I will be most thrilled to find out that a drop like this is possible.


Sorry again. Please I did not mean that.

I cant apologize enough..

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Old 10-13-2011, 16:35   #24
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Woooooohooooo! Took another 1 more metformin and after 4 hours, my BG drops down from 7.8 down to 5.4!!!!!! Haven't seen 5.4 since over 13 days!!!!!! Best BG in 13 days!!!! No need to wait for 2 weeks or 1 month!!! It kicks in straight away within 4 hrs!!!! Can't be more happy enough !!! Going to sleep soon!! Good nite all!!!

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Hi Tony: pls read http://www.diabetesforum.com/diabete...-esp-tony.html

Sorry for being hitting and so mean to you

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