To get a more accurate idea of what the change in your A1C might be between Doctor's visits, it is best to take a variety of blood sugars (more than 10 is ideal) from different times of the day, and getting the average of those. Add up all the blood sugar readings you want to use in your A1C calculation, then divide that by the number of readings you added up. This will give you your average glucose (or eAG). You can then plug that average into the automatic calculator here. If you have any questions, remember you can always ask your Care Team! Happy testing!
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