there is a sharp ,definitive advice from the
worlds flag ship organization of diabetes -
THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION = ADA,
on what should be a target A1c for a diabetic .
it tells -
you decide sitting with your doctor as to what should be the a1c for you individually.it varies from person to person.
as a general advice to all,
they give a1c less than 7 as a target.
you should not have
simply 'a1c' is no guarantee
that hypo has not visited you.
what is the average between
two blood level between 40 and 140
it is 90.
your a1c will be great with this.
in the long run
your brain will be fully damaged.
in hypo states
many people do not get symptoms even up to
40 mg/dL bs, until neuro gycopenic symptoms arrive.
if you want to learn more about this
read topic hypoglycemia unawareness.
and reject all advices that prompt you -
unconditionally, for going lower and lower hba1c.
it will destroy you.
the vast majority of people
will begin getting some symptom when
bs goes below 70mg/dL.
hypo is a silent killer in those whom
adrenergic symptoms do not appear early in course.[ happy to invite criticisms but be kind enough to show me only
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