|Inadequate Glycemic Control for 5 Years
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Despite adhering to lifestyle modifications, a woman's glycemic control remains inadequate.
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Mrs. L is a 34-year-old woman who presents to your office for her yearly physical exam. After checking her chart, you notice that she has had a significant weight gain since the previous year's exam. Today, Mrs. L weighs 188 lbs. She is 5'2" tall.