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Diabetes - Diagnosis and Monitoring

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Northamptonshire
Cherry Pharmacy - NN10 0NZ
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00
West Chemist - Northampton - NN2 7HG
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

London
Coopers Pharmacy & Travel Clinic - SM1 1BB
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00
First Care Pharmacy - SE28 0NY
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Holland & Barrett Marble Arch - W1C 1LW
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00
John Bell & Croyden - W1U 2AU
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00
Leyton Orient Pharmacy - E10 5LG
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00
London Medical Laboratory King's Cross - WC1H 9PU
Next Appointment: 27/06 14:55
London Medical Laboratory Putney - SW15 6TQ
Next Appointment: 27/06 14:55
Mango Pharmacy - HA87HF
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Medicine Chest - SW10 0LR
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Murrays Pharmacy - N1 7QP
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Newmans Pharmacy - E13 8QE
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00
Pharmalite Pharmacy - SW120PL
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Cannock
Cornwells Chemist - Chadsmoor - WS11 5DD
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Newcastle-under-Lyme
Cornwells Chemist - Newcastle - ST5 1RB
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Stafford
Cornwells Chemist Holmcroft - ST16 1JG
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Edinburgh
Dears Pharmacy - Drylaw - EH4 2TX
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Dears Pharmacy - Easter Road - EH7 5RQ
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Dears Pharmacy - Oxgangs - EH13 9LQ
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Fife
Dears Pharmacy - Dunfermline - KY12 7DR
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00
Dears Pharmacy - Oakley - KY12 9QH
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Pitteuchar, Glenrothes
Dears Pharmacy - Glenrothes - KY7 4RH
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Lochgelly
Dears Pharmacy - Lochgelly - KY5 9QN
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Welling
Hayshine Pharmacy - DA16 1LN
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Chelmsford
Holland & Barrett Chelmsford - CM1 1BE
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Kingston
Holland & Barrett Kingston - KT1 1RB
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Manchester
Holland & Barrett Manchester - M1 1NN
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Epsom
London Medical Laboratory Epsom - KT17 2JE
Next Appointment: 27/06 14:55

Guildford
London Medical Laboratory Guildford - GU1 4LB
Next Appointment: 27/06 14:55

Oxford
London Medical Laboratory Oxford - OX1 3EQ
Next Appointment: 27/06 14:55

Slough
London Medical Laboratory Slough - SL1 1EE
Next Appointment: 27/06 14:55

Liverpool
Orrell Park Pharmacy - L9 8AE
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Birmingham
Stag Chemist - B10 0UU
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

Northolt
Touchwood Pharmacy - Northolt - UB5 6LN
Next Appointment: 27/06 15:00

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Analyses the following
Diabetes
Diabetes

This home test checks your levels of HbA1c. This biomarker is used to confirm whether you have (or are at risk of developing) diabetes.

How does it work?

What can I expect from this Diabetes - Diagnosis and Monitoring?

This home test checks your levels of HbA1c. This biomarker is used to confirm whether you have (or are at risk of developing) diabetes. It is a potentially life-saving test and it is quite common for people have diabetes and not know about it. Unmanaged or undiagnosed diabetes is one of the leading causes of mortality. For anyone who already knows they have diabetes, regular HbA1c checks are essential to monitor progress. 

Identifying conditions of this test

Diabetes (1 Biomarkers)

Checking your levels of HbA1c is a way of confirming if you have (or are at risk of developing) diabetes. Unmanaged or undiagnosed diabetes is one of the leading causes of mortality. For anyone who already knows they have diabetes, regular HbA1c checks are essential to monitor progress.

HbA1c (Glycosylated Haemoglobin)

Haemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) test is used to measure the average level of blood sugar over the past two to three months and is commonly used to diagnose and monitor diabetes. The sugar is called glucose which builds up in the blood and binds to the haemoglobin in the red blood cells.

Watch our 60 second video to learn more about Diabetes - Diagnosis and Monitoring blood test

Diabetes - diagnosis and monitoring

How it works

Whether you use a home test or have your sample taken with one of our trained phlebotomists, our blood tests are quick and easy to use.

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At home, or in one of our testing locations.

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Receive your results

We provide a secure link to your doctor validated personal results.

FAQs

What is a normal level?

A HbA1C level greater than 48mmol/mol carries a diagnosis of diabetes. A result between 42-47mmol/mol is considered high risk for diabetes.

Do I need to fast for this test?

No fasting is required.

Who should the test not be used on?

HbA1C levels should not be used to diagnose diabetes in the following groups: • Children and young people less than 18 years of age. • Pregnant women or women who are 2 months postpartum. • People with symptoms of diabetes for less than 2 months. • People at high diabetes risk who are acutely ill. • People taking medication that may cause hyperglycaemia (for example long-term corticosteroid treatment). • People with acute pancreatic damage. • People with end-stage renal disease (ESRD). • People with HIV infection. • People with chronic haemolytic anaemia.

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