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How can I help my child live a normal life with type I diabetes?

How can I help my child live a normal life with type I diabetes?

Love: Treat them as normal kids with unique needs. Find them a caring competent pediatrician and endocrinologist. Listen, assess, let them know your limits, let them figure out answers on their own for the most part, but always with appropriate limitations. Don't spoil them or let them develop an attitude of feeling entitled. Sound like good advice for any parent? It is. ...Read more

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Diabetes (Definition)

Diabetes mellitus originally means sweet urine. It results from the inability of the body to properly process food we consume into sugar and control it. Medically is defined as persistently high blood sugar above 125mg/dl in the fasting state or above 200 randomly--this is how docs test your blood to diagnose diabetes. Stay well and have ...Read more


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Signs of early, developing diabetes in a normal-weight person?

Signs of early, developing diabetes in a normal-weight person?

None: Eary diabetes often has no signs or symptoms. Speak to your doctor about the appropriate blood tests. ...Read more

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Can one live a normal life with diabetes?

Can one live a normal life with diabetes?

Yes: Of course. With reasonable care with proper diet, meds as needed, optimal weight, appropriate exercise, keep your doctor visits, optimal glucose control. This is what we all need to do to live normal lives. Like i mentioned in a previous answer, we love life so much we kill ourselves. Rj. ...Read more

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Do normal children need to be tested for diabetes?

No: If the child is normal, not obese and exhibiting no signs of high blood sugars (unexplained weight loss, excessive thirst or urination, fruity smell on breaths all the time...), then there is no need to test for diabetes. ...Read more

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What is diabetes? and what is normal and critical stage?

What is diabetes? and what is normal and critical stage?

Diabetes: Diabetes is a condition in which blood sugar is higher than normal. I suggest you go online and read some articles about diabetes. You could start with looking up the American Diabetes Association. ...Read more

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What's a normal score on the A1c diabetes test?

What's a normal score on the A1c diabetes test?

Less than 6.0: This is a test of the chronic level of blood sugar and is useful to monitor the effectiveness of diabetic treatment. You should, if you are a diabetic, endea vor to get this below 7.0 and even lower if possible. The higher numbers show an increased risk of rather bad complications of diabetes. ...Read more

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For a diabetes patient, is 150/80 a normal BP level?

For a diabetes patient, is 150/80 a normal BP level?

No: For diabetics without any diabetic kidney disease or any cardiovascular disease (heart blockages) I recommend BP to be ...Read more

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9 mos. Ago glucose level was in normal range. Could someone develop diabetes in that amount of time?

9 mos. Ago glucose level was in normal range. Could someone develop diabetes in that amount of time?

Diabetes development: In the development of type 2 diabetes, the glucose usually elevates gradually, going from normal to "impaired", and then to "diabetes". If your glu (fasting) was less than 100, it will probably not shoot up to more than 126 in nine months unless something changed: weight gain, steroid use, infection, other illness. But it is easy to get this checked out. Get a fasting glucose or a1c done. ...Read more

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Diabetes Type 2 (Definition)

Diabetes Mellitus type 2, or adult onset diabetes, is a condition that is caused by insulin resistance. This means that the muscle and fat cells of the body do not take up blood glucose, leaving a high blood glucose. Some type 2 ...Read more


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