Diagnosis and Symptoms from 2013
- Is my low testosterone level the reason I have been diagnosed with type 2? (31 Dec 2013)
- My daughter has had chronic diarrhea for a couple of years. We stopped dairy and gluten. She had an A1c of 6.4, borderline glucose readings. What do you think this could be? (23 Dec 2013)
- I am taking an online UCSF course about diabetes, but I find parts of the texts too advanced. Can you explain the results of my son's antibodies tests? (12 Nov 2013)
- My son was diagnosed with type 1 three years ago, but his chart, which I see at his check-ups, says he has type 1.5. What is that? (22 Oct 2013)
- My toddler was diagnosed on Monday. The doctors are not sure what to do, have given him some insulin. They want to discharge us today. Should I ask for a referral to a pediatric endocrinologist? (11 Oct 2013)
- Do you have type 1 if you test positive for all three antibodies? Can you test positive for antibodies later because you have been on exogenous insulin? (18 Sep 2013)
- I have diabetes and am worried my children will get it. So, I checked my son's blood sugar when he was acting "off." It was actually low. How concerned should I be? (28 Aug 2013)
- I have just been diagnosed with diabetes. Both my parents and older brother have type 2. Is it hereditary? Is it curable? (4 Jun 2013)
- I am a school nurse with a newly diagnosed teen patient who has fluid retention in many parts of her body, caused by insulin per her doctors. I have never heard of this. Could there be something else going on? (30 Apr 2013)
- Is there any link between hypoglycemia and undiagnosed type 1 diabetes? (8 Apr 2013)
- When sick, my teen daughter has symptoms of diabetes. She has tested positive for two of the antibodies, but has not been diagnosed with it. Do I need to be concerned? (19 Mar 2013)
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