Diabetes Tests and Diagnosis

The fasting plasma glucose (FPG) test is a blood test that examines blood glucose levels in just a few seconds. For the best reliable results, do this test first thing in the morning after fasting for at least 8 hours. The A1C test is used to determine the average blood glucose levels during the past three months. Food and water can be consumed before the A1C test, and other factors like as age, anaemia, or any other blood problem will be taken into account when the A1C test is used to diagnose diabetes. The results of an A1C test are expressed as a percentage, such as A1C of 7%. The following approaches are used to diagnose diabetes.

  • Losing weight

  • Eating well

  • Exercising regularly

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