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Diabetes Control: Lower Your A1c In 90 Days

Receiving a type 2 diabetes diagnosis was overwhelming. I have always considered myself a healthy person. I eat right and workout. So, how could this be happening to me? If this sounds familiar, take deep breath and know you’re not alone. With the support of my loving husband, guidance of my physicians, diabetes self-management clinics hosted by UC San Diego Health Systems, and SmartDraw, I was able to successfully bring my A1C levels from 10.5 to 6.3 in just 90 days. My ability to take control of my diabetes in such a short amount of time impressed not only my physicians but the medical team at UC San Diego Health Systems. As a result, I was invited as a guest lecturer to teach a class at the University of California San Diego on patient self-management and the use of technology. If you’re interested in reading more about my guest lecture read 5 Steps to Make Your Next Presentation or Sales Pitch Perfect. It’s been a little over a year and based on my most recent A1C test results, I have been able to maintain normal levels. In this week’s post I’ll share with you the 5 tips to help you or your loved one take control of their diabetes. An easy way to remember the 5 tips i Continue reading >>

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  1. Sherri7

    I'm a 1.5 and have been injecting a combo of Levemir and Humalog for 6 years. Added Metformin to that mix about two years ago. I also eat a limited carb diet and exercise regularly. I would like to consider switching to a pump, but am wondering if pump users are able to keep their A1C in the low 5 range. I have been able to keep mine at 5.2 for quite a while. I like the forum would appreciate feedback.

  2. Scott_Eric

    Your A1C will be more of a result of what you do rather than how you take your insulin. If you're able to achieve an A1C that good on shots then a pump shouldn't change it. If you eat a limited carb diet and have a stable routine a pump may not benefit you that much. In fact, you may find yourself eating more and more carbs since you can just discreetly bolus by pushing a button rather than having to take your syringe or pen out and find a place to do it, and that could push your A1C up!

  3. YogaO

    How do you think a pump would ​benefit you vs. your current protocol?

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