From Sonora, Mexico:
My five year daughter (diagnosed with type 1 diabetes about a year ago) frequently complains of stomachaches. Tests for wheat, egg and milk protein problems were negative. What else can I check to find out the reason for the stomachaches?
It's simply not possible to offer much help with a general question such as this. However, it is extremely common for children to complain of abdominal pain and for extensive investigation to be negative -- then the symptoms disappear. Obviously, the intensity of the pain, associated symptoms, etc., will determine what (if any) investigations are appropriate.
Original posting 10 Jul 2001
Posted to Aches and Pains
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