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If i was born with low blood sugar and got it fixed when i was a baby could i still have it or did i grow out of it ?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics

In brief: Temporary issue

The developing baby begins to form insulin, the sugar carrier protein, during pregnancy.
The babies Insulin is produced at a continuous rate to transport sugar brought over by the placenta & move it to the tissues. When the cord is clamped, all infants experience a drop in their blood sugar, some to a significant degree, as baby begins to start making its own.After a day or so it should never return.

In brief: Temporary issue

The developing baby begins to form insulin, the sugar carrier protein, during pregnancy.
The babies Insulin is produced at a continuous rate to transport sugar brought over by the placenta & move it to the tissues. When the cord is clamped, all infants experience a drop in their blood sugar, some to a significant degree, as baby begins to start making its own.After a day or so it should never return.
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