getting tested

Diagnosis of Diabetes: Putting it All Together

Dr. Fran Cogen Health Pro November 16, 2010
  • Today I had the opportunity to review posts from fellow bloggers on this site. Natalie's blog "A1c is not enough" specifically caught my attention as she noted that her diabetes would not have been diagnosed simply by a hb A1c initially but rather by review of fasting and post-prandial blood sugars. ...

2 Comments
  • Natalie
    Nov. 16, 2010

    dear Dr. Fran,

     

    It made me feel a lot better that someone responded to my post -- I've been a low glycator ever since I got diabetes, and when I had an A1c of 10.1 and then a month later, 10.7, it was life-threatening, but my endo missed it completely. The existence of low glycators needs to be a commonly known fact among endos, but it doesn't seem to...

    RHMLucky777

    Read More

    dear Dr. Fran,

     

    It made me feel a lot better that someone responded to my post -- I've been a low glycator ever since I got diabetes, and when I had an A1c of 10.1 and then a month later, 10.7, it was life-threatening, but my endo missed it completely. The existence of low glycators needs to be a commonly known fact among endos, but it doesn't seem to be!!

     

    Natalie ._c-