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Jane. E My son is almost 4 years old and had a gtt with results showing impaired glucose tolerance of 9.8 at 2 hours. There is no family history, he is not overweight. What does this mean for him?
RAJESH CHOPDA SIR MY 5 YEARS INDIAN SON JAINAM IS SUFFERING FROM TYPE 1 DIABETES SINCE LAST 3 MONTHS.WHAT ITS FUTURE AND WHAT ARE YOUR INSTRUCTION FOR US.HE IS TAKING MIXTARD INSULIN TWICE DAILY BUT THIS IS VERY PAINFUL FOR US. SIR MY QUESTION IS THAT WHAT IS THE SOLUTION OF INSULIN IN FUTURE? CAN 5 YEARS CHILD DIABETES IS COMPLETELY REMOVE? PLEASE TELL ME THE NAME OF HOSPITAL IN INDIA FOR SECOND OPINION?
annon Hi there my little girl is age 4,just had her randomly do a sugar test at home nd found that her sugar level was 5.7 should I be worried?
Nicole Hello I am the Director of a Preschool on the Central Coast NSW. I've just been told one of my 4 year olds at Preschool is diabetic. Could you please direct me to where I can get the flip chart and other information needed for Preschools/Schools. I have found this on your website but was hoping you could send one out, please :) Many thanks, Nicole :)
Jane My 12 year old child is to be tested for type 1 diabetes and referred to Children's hospital for further testing. Please advise what tests the GP will take and what the Hospital will take. Thanks
Anne my sugars go really high just before my period and during I am 13 1/2 is this normal??
smitha is it true that blood glucose go high in boys too during teens
Sophie What are diabetics nutrient needs?
Jeff Hi my son has just been diagnosed with Diabetes 1. I have been researching this procedure called Islet Transplant. I wanted to know if a living person can have these cells transplanted to some one with Diabetes, or can it only be transplanted from a deceased person.
Vicki Hi I'm a teachers aide in primary school assisting with diabetes management. I wanted to know in a school setting with time constraints is it okay to treat a hypo then inject insulin followed by lunch then retest in 10-15 mins or should there be a BGL test after 15 mins then insulin injected then lunch. I've seen both options and while the first option is better for the time frames. I wonder if the second is much better for diabetes management. Thanks. Vicki.
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