So my changes are this:
- fasting glucose = within a normal range and lower than when I measured a couple of weeks ago,
- A1C = within a normal range. This is the "look back" value for glucose,
- triglycerides = within a normal range and 100+ points lower than last time, and
- cholesterol = still out of normal range but improved.
Here is my one beef with the whole visit: he still considers me to have Diabetes; controlled but still there. He didn't think I need medication for it specifically but did want to change/add some blood pressure medicines due to the vascular damage that diabetes can cause. He said I did need to continue doing what I was doing. So my goal for my next visit (in February) is to solidify the normal numbers for glucose and A1C so that I can argue that he is basing my alleged diagnosis on one irregular number.
So I'm wondering, do you argue with your doctor?