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- Following an illness, my daughter's blood sugar has been variable at home. She tested negative for antibodies. What could be causing her erratic blood sugars? (17 Jan 2018)
- For a month, my toddler has been urinating only once a day, or less. Her breath smells like ketones. Could she have diabetes? What do you advise? (24 Jan 2016)
- I would like to understand ketones better. What causes them? How do they affect the bod? How are they formed? (13 Jan 2016)
- Our daughter randomly gets sick with large ketones. She eats and drinks extra, takes additional insulin. What could be causing this? (30 Apr 2014)
- My son was spilling ketones with a high blood sugar last night, then he was low. Ketones returned this morning. Was this due to dehydration? When do I need to call the doctor? (28 Aug 2013)
- When my son is ill, I smell acetone in his breath. Is this something about which I should be worried? (5 Jan 2011)
- Is it necessary to check for ketones? For a year and a half, we have not checked our son for ketones when he has highs, just made corrections. (18 Oct 2010)
- During a recent stomach bug, my daughter, who does not have diabetes, had low blood sugars and ketones. Why? (13 Sep 2008)
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