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Other from 2015

  1. My three-year-old was just diagnosed. At what age should I begin to teach her gradually how to take of her diabetes? (9 Dec 2015)
  2. My son may peak at 165 cm (5 feet, 4 inches). I heard that blood glucose control is difficult when on growth hormones. Should we pursue the hormones? (19 Oct 2015)
  3. Our son will be attending robotics camp for 21 days. We check him overnight. How should we accomplish this at camp? Should the nurse be asked to do this? (17 Jun 2015)
  4. After seven years with diabetes, my nephew has been burping often for six months. Does this indicate he has gastroparesis? (8 Apr 2015)
  5. My recently diagnosed son has yellow stools. Is this common for those with diabetes? (17 Mar 2015)
  6. Is it normal for a child with diabetes to experience shaking of his/her body with his/her eyes rolled back? (14 Mar 2015)
  7. My college aged son has developed several cysts. His A1c has gone up over 8. Is there a relationship between the cysts and his higher A1c? Are the cysts anything urgent? (28 Jan 2015)

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