k7uij at panix.com
Wed Apr 25 00:40:12 EDT 2012
There is some argument on this point. Some studies seem to indicate that
readings two hours after meals that exceed your target (and different
organizations have different targets) may increase slightly the likelihood
of incurring diabetic complications. But this is by no means proven. I tend
to check before meals and occasionally two hours afterward.
On the other hand, with some rare exceptions, your A1C *has* been proven to
have a direct effect upon the likelihood of complications. My doc usually
worries only about A1C if my readings aren't too far out of whack.
From: acb-diabetics-bounces at acb.org [mailto:acb-diabetics-bounces at acb.org]
On Behalf Of Nancy Matulis
Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 12:22 PM
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Subject: [acb-diabetics] Numbers
I am confused. I want to know what guides progression of the disease your
pre or post meal numbers? Thanks in advance.
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