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a gir \u0026#40;11 years old\u0026#41; urinates too frequently.so we took her glucose test in blood on morning.it was once 122mg/dl \u0026 the second day 132 mg/dl?is it like juvenile diabete type 1?

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Dr. Saif Fatteh
10 years experience Pediatric Dermatology
More tests: Usually new onset type 1 diabetes presents with gluocse levels much higher. They would need to run other tests to determine if she has type 1 diabetes. Please also consider that she may have a urinary tract infection and/or constipation.
Answered on May 1, 2014

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