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Question:

From Bayshore, New York, USA:

My son has type 1 diabetes. Since he's been on summer vacation, his insulin injections haven't been on a set schedule. I adjusted his insulin accordingly with good results. I've heard he should stay on a set schedule. With his glucose readings stabilized, should I worry?

Answer:

If his blood glucose readings are well controlled and he is having a good quality of life, keep up the good work.

JS

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Original posting 27 Sep 2000
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