I am 29 year old woman. Initialy I faced diabetic at the time of Pregnency in Oct 2005,thereafter it disappeared in Dec 2005. Later on in Sep2008 I was diagnosed Type II diabities.It is very fluctuating. I got further test whereas my GAD-ANTIBODY VALUE is coming 49.1 IU. ANTIBODY VALUE is coming 49.1 IU /ml. Now a days I am taking T.Glynase MF & T.Galvus 50 MG for controlling of blood sugar two times before half an hour to meal.whether realy i am going to devlop type 1 diabities or else it can be controlled and will continue type II diabities.
How to get down the value of GAD65 . What should I do.
As it was asked .
the details are as under
Today fasting glucose level -186 mg/dl
post prandial plasama glucose- 148
The all other test was done on 09.09.2009 the these are
GAD lab range : Below 10.0IU/ml
whereas my GAD-ANTOBODY Value: 49.1 IU/ml
I am an almost normal weight person Hight 156 cm weight 54 K.G but having the fat on tummy more than usual. I walk 40 minute daily
My C Peptide Value is Fasting C-Peptide: .9 pmol/ml
Stimulated C-Peptide : 2.0 pmol/ml
it was indicated in lab report fairly good Pacreatic Beta cell Reserve
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