Average Blood Sugar Level Calculator

The average blood sugar level is assessed using the HbA1c test, also known as the hemoglobin A1c test. This test measures the percentage of hemoglobin that is glycated, i.e., bound to glucose.

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    Once you have your HbA1c result (done by a healthcare professional), enter the required information into the online calculator.

    The calculator will then provide an estimated average blood sugar level over the previous 2-3 months.

    The recommended HbA1c range for most with diabetes is to keep the value under 48 mmols/mol (under 6.5% in the old percentage units).

    People at risk of hypoglycemia, or for whom such tight blood glucose regulation is not advised, may be advised to keep their HbA1c below 59 mmols/mol (under 7.5% in the old percentage units).

    mmol/L = ( HbA1c * 1.98 ) – 4.29

    Where:

    mmol/L – Avg. plasma blood glucose

    HbA1c – Glycosylated Hemoglobin

    !!Note: while online tools can offer estimates, it’s essential to discuss the results and their implications with a healthcare professional. If you have concerns about your blood sugar levels, it’s crucial to consult with a healthcare provider for accurate guidance and appropriate management.