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C-peptide test

Discussion in 'Ask A Question' started by UsmanMo96, Feb 27, 2020.

  1. UsmanMo96

    UsmanMo96 Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Hi, I have been waiting for my results for c-peptide and it's been 2 weeks now. Does anyone know roughly how long I could be waiting for the results? Already 2 weeks going on 3. I never had to wait too long for my hba1c test to come back. I understand they have to freeze and send the bloods to the laboratory.
    I will wait for them but if anyone has any idea let me know.
  2. Jam&Scones

    Jam&Scones MODY · Well-Known Member

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    It may vary depending on your country? In the UK, I go to the hospital which also runs the test (its funny when the nurses are like, ice? I need ice??). I usually have the results within 2 weeks (I believe they run the test very quickly hence the ice).

    May be worth checking up on it? I have to do that sometimes because they won't always phone you about it.
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