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Sick Days from 2003

  1. When my daughter starts school, do I need to be more worried about her catching different sicknesses? (19 Aug 2003)
  2. My son, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes about six months ago, has had three viral infections, and I am concerned. (8 Jul 2003)
  3. Is the redness caused by a diabetes related problem we didn't know about or a reaction to the virus? (26 May 2003)
  4. Were the ketones a result of improper insulin dosing or a direct result of the viral infection? (25 May 2003)
  5. My 14 year old son, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 10 months ago, never feels well. What should we do? (14 Apr 2003)
  6. Does having diabetes make my son more susceptible to viral illnesses? (4 Apr 2003)
  7. Is my son more prone to illness because of the diabetes? (30 Mar 2003)
  8. Do people with diabetes take longer to recover from illness or injury? (24 Mar 2003)
  9. Is my nephew's blood sugar at a dangerous level? (14 Mar 2003)
  10. The pediatrician said that my daughter will always be more prone to illness because diabetes is an autoimmune disease. (8 Mar 2003)
  11. What can my son take to loosen the tightness in his chest? (8 Mar 2003)
  12. Does the blood sugar level will rise the same amount for someone whether they do or do not have diabetes? (16 Feb 2003)
  13. When can we expect these blood sugars to lower? (5 Feb 2003)
  14. Can an illness send my newly diagnosed cousin to the hospital? (3 Feb 2003)
  15. Is it normal to lose a wee bit of control when ill? (1 Feb 2003)
  16. Do any sugar related problems go along with dehydration or old age? (31 Jan 2003)
  17. How is it that if my son is unwell and not eating, his blood sugars will be slightly higher? (7 Jan 2003)

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