From Canyon, Texas, USA:
My 10 year old granddaughter's blood sugar is 186 mg/dl [10.3 mmol/L] after she has eaten. Can this be a sign that she has diabetes?
A blood sugar of 186 mg/dl [10.3 mmol/L] is high -- even for after a meal. Her parents should discuss this with her pediatrician for further advice about testing for diabetes that is likely necessary.
Original posting 23 Jun 2002
Posted to Diagnosis and Symptoms
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