From Rio Rancho, New Mexico, USA:
My thirteen year old daughter complains of being tired, but has a problem sleeping and she said she starts shaking, midmorning at school. She prefers a high carbohydrate diet because she has nausea from birth control pills she is taking for irregular menses. Because we have family members with type 2 diabetes, I have checked some blood sugars 30 minutes after meals which have been 100-166 mg/dl [5.6-9.2 mmol/L] Is this abnormal 30 minutes after eating? Please advise if I should seek medical help.
I would review your daughter's symptoms with her physician. If you'd like to review the latest guidelines for diagnosing diabetes, please see Classification and Diagnosis of Diabetes.
Original posting 22 Nov 2001
Posted to Diagnosis and Symptoms
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