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  1. KarenBC

    Vitamin C & E affecting A1C?

    I was reading in one of my diabetes books that Vitamins C & E can skew the A1C results. I'm due for an A1C at the end of February.
    Does anyone have any info on how high the dosage of these vitamins has to be to affect the A1C. I'm taking 1,000mg of Vit. C and I think 400 UI of Vit. E.
    And how long before the A1C should a person stop taking them (if at all?)
    Wish the book had answered these questions! All it did was give me something else to fret about.

  2. Shanny

    Hi Karen . . . maybe just be sure your doctor knows you take these and he can advise if and/or when to stop. I didn't know about this until you posted, but I've now found several articles online which corroborate your book's statement. Thanks for the heads up! My next labs are due in March.

  3. KarenBC

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    Originally Posted by Shanny
    Hi Karen . . . maybe just be sure your doctor knows you take these and he can advise if and/or when to stop. I didn't know about this until you posted, but I've now found several articles online which corroborate your book's statement. Thanks for the heads up! My next labs are due in March. Oh Shanny...I wish I could talk to my doctor about questions like these - but he's just impossible. I'm actively trying to find another doctor, but in this city - there are 5,000 people with no doctor, and if a person has a doctor, other doctors won't take you.
    I'm hoping that when I have my A1C done, I can go back to the doctor I don't like and get a referral - there is 1 GP in town who also specializes in diabetes, and he rates very high on the "rate my md" and "rate my doc" website where patients can leave remarks and ratings.
    The only favor my mean doctor has done me, and it's a big one - he made me so angry at the end of November that I took a good hard look at myself and developed a whole different attitude towards my health, self esteem and diabetes. No one is going to treat me like he did again.
    Since that ill fated appointment I've got my blood sugar counts way down, am getting waking numbers in the 5.8-6.3 range usually and daytime 2hrs after eating usually in the 5.8-6.8 range.
    Blood pressure is down from 130/85 to the range of 115/72, sometimes a bit lower. I've been able to wean myself off the bp meds and keep the bp in the lower range.

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