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Type 1 Diabetes

Also called: Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1 diabetes, Diabetes Type 1

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Hi Found you this on www.diabetes.org.Myth: People with diabetes can't eat sweets or chocolate. Fact: If eaten as part of a healthy meal...
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My middle daughter has Type 1 diabetes. She uses the insulin pump. Once you get dialed in, it has worked very well for her for the last 11 years
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Hi Cant find any info on this drug and diabetes, it would be best you consult with your doctor, for his/her info on it.Good Luck
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Hi The Answer is no, you either have one or the other.Good Luck
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I understand what your going through, not sure the cause because I have not yet visited a doctor, i'm seventeen and just got married but also...
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Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults, and was previously known as juvenile diabetes. In type 1 diabetes, the body does...
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  It is impossible to inherit hypoglycemia.  Hypoglycemia is an emergent situation, not a disease.  Mostly people who have diabetes...
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Cold/congestion is considered as a "Stress" situation to our body. Therefore, usually, our body acts by raising blood sugar as it needs to...
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Type 1 diabetes is a type of diabetes in which the insulin-producing cells (called beta cells) of the pancreas are damaged. People with type 1...
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Type 1 diabetes develops when your child's pancreas stops producing enough insulin. Insulin lets blood sugar-also called glucose-enter the body's...
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Insulin is the only medicine that can treat type 1 diabetes, and your child is most likely taking more than one type of insulin. Your child may take...
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Your child with type 1 diabetes will have high and low blood sugar levels from time to time. You can help avoid many immediate problems and long-term...
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Surgery is not a routine treatment for type 1 diabetes, and children do not meet the criteria for the surgeries that are available. Surgeries for...
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Because your child has type 1 diabetes, he or she will experience high and low blood sugar levels from time to time. High blood sugar usually...
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