For years, my A1c remained within the 5.5 to 5.9 range. Since I’ve been on Tandem Control IQ program, my A1c’s have consistently run 6.1. I was surprised that it went up. But, I guess 6.1 is a good number. I have less low blood glucoses.
6.3, a number way too low from my goal of 7.0. For younger folks, this may not be a good recommendation. But for older folks, other considerations may dominate. The realities of “dead in bed,” severe hypoglycemia, increased incidents of dementia may rear their ugly heads. ☢
Mine is 5.7. Endo not happy. Lows make up 10% of my collected BGs. He wants them at 4%. So, he is slowly lowering my basal rate. And I have to raise my after dinner extra Bolus when I eat out. At home I am very disciplined. Not so much when I eat out.
I’m the same re: home vs. eating out. I’m finding I’m NOT great at estimating carbs when I don’t have labels or cook it myself
It was 6.1. This dopey website has it as 7 someting. Happens again am unsubscribing. That there is no way to correct an answer is absurd. Unprofessional.
For the first time in 30 years, I have gotten below 7, last time it was 6.8. Now I need to keep it there.
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Mine was 6.0 and it is usually around this range. My “time in range” for BG is usually 75%.