1) i know it is possible for a hypo to develop diabetes, however, during the “conversion time” would the a1c show to be normal? the way i picture it is if a person has bs say at 40 for 1.5 months straight then say at 280 for 1.5 months, the a1c would show normal – right? 2) i just started metformin just a few days ago on 10/2/21..
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It also inhibits the conversion of the thyroid hormone t4 into t3. ptu has a short-acting timespan. that means people taking this medication usually need to take the drug two to three times per day to effectively lower thyroid hormone levels..