Those not diagnosed with diabetes can have a normal A1c level ranging between 4-5.7%. Diabetes is diagnosed when an A1c of 6.5% or higher is present. For those with diabetes, a goal of 7% or less is a common treatment target, with 6% being ideal. A1c can increase with poor diabetic control. Maintaining it at the treatment goal can help delay diabetic disease progression and resulting complications.
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