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I am type 2 and my first HB1ac was 11.8 at the beginning of January it is now down to 9.4 can someone let me know what the normal limits are please

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    i have sent a comment onto the site- hope it helps

    wendy

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    [quote:934e7b97fc=\"C.\"]I am type 2 and my first HB1ac was 11.8 at the beginning of January it is now down to 9.4 can someone let me know what the normal limits are please

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    Hi,

    They say that our readings should be between 4-8 as a quide line,

    Mine are more in the doubles region which i am trying to get down, good luck with yours

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    As far as I know and if we are using the same unit mesures in canada and in UK,, the normal shoold be below 7 per cent..this result tells us what was the sugar concentration during the past 2 to 3 months.The improvement that you showed is very encouraging.Maybe you could benefits all of us by telling which actions helped you to reach this target.

    anxious to read you again, l homme de montreal.

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    [quote:d3a66f8735=\"C.\"]I am type 2 and my first HB1ac was 11.8 at the beginning of January it is now down to 9.4 can someone let me know what the normal limits are please

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