Friday, November 30, 2012
I got the results of my blood test. Cholesterol is down, and except for the triglycerides, everything is in range. Even the triglycerides are only a few points above normal; a year and a half ago, they were way up. So I was happy when I got the results. Eating healthier seems to be paying off.
However, my A1c is up to 7.7. A year and a half ago, it was 7.2. I'm not really surprised, because my sugars were out of control for a while, but I am surprised that the lipids are down and the sugars up. Is that normal? What do I tell my doctor? Should I just keep trying with exercise and diet - my sugars have been lower since I've started tracking - and wait another 2 months until the bad sugars are out of my system? Or should I go on another medication? Any advice?