Why Your HbA1C May Be Slow to Go Down When You Make Improvem

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Why Your HbA1C May Be Slow to Go Down When You Make Improvem

Postby Cynthiarichards1701 » Mon Jul 08, 2019 12:21 pm

With the DiaPort and insulin working Blood Sugar Premier with minutes of the operation, hypos were a new experience. Since the operation we have had 8 months of 'normality' in our house hold with no painful injection and no fluctuations in his Blood Glucose Levels. This also has allowed us to get his Hba1c down to 8.2%. The overall improvement in his health has been remarkable; no-one could have predicted it.

Life with the DiaPort has changed our lives in more ways than you imagine, the changing of lines and insulin are not painful and the control we now have is brilliant. We have however had a couple of infections at the DiaPort site and have needed hospitalisation and IV antibiotics to clear it up, but that is a minor issue with the quality of life my son has had in that last eight months.

This is an autoimmune disease, which occurs when the body immunity system turns against a part of the body. The immune system attacks the insulin producing beta cells in the pancreas, hereby destroying them. This result in pancreas producing little or no insulin. To counter this shortcoming of the body, a person with type 1 diabetes must take insulin to carry out the normal functioning of the body smoothly. It occurs most commonly in young people and children, but can happen at any age. The cause for occurrence of this type of diabetes is still unknown.

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