If your A1C levels indicate that you have prediabetes, your physician will discuss how you manage your condition and work to prevent Type 2 diabetes. Your physician will probably ask you to test again, every one to two years.
If your A1C levels indicate that you have diabetes, your physician may develop a personal care plan to help you manage your condition, as well as a routine testing schedule.
Keep in mind, kidney failure, certain medications (like opioids and HIV medications) or pregnancy can affect your A1C reading. So be sure to talk to your doctor about any current conditions or medications.