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Thanks for posting your query here.
Hb1Ac is a measure of glycated hemoglobin
. The hemoglobin in the RBC is glycated by the plasma or blood glucose
. If the blood glucose is more there will be more glycation. This gives a long term assessment of blood glucose in diagnosing new diabetes
and in assessing the sugar control in diabetic patients. A range of 5-6 shows a good sugar control in the blood. This gives the range of control for the past 3-4 weeks. Fasting blood glucose levels gives a short time inference of the sugar level. For better results the sample should be tested by chemical analysis rather than electronic like glucometer. Your post prandial sugar level is not mentioned. It is crucial in prescribing the medication.
Diamet or any other drugs should be used until there is good normal blood sugar level. This drug have side effects like nausea, vomiting
, abdominal cramps. If the sneezing
is associated with the intake of medication you can switch to other drug. But with the advice of the doctor.
Hope this is helpful to you.