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Help Layman Term for HbA1C

Just a quick question- How do you ask for HbA1c in a diabetic patient? Is there a lay man term for it?
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When was the last time you checked the glucose in your blood called HbA1C ?
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test for blood sugar control for the last 3 months
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Hemoglobin for sugar in the blood..
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