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Question:

From Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA:

My seven year old daughter had a five-hour glucose tolerance test done today, and I was just wondering how to interpret her results. From what I can tell, she only had two out of the seven readings that were a little high. Does this mean she has diabetes?

Answer:

Your daughter's physician should be able to best help you interpret the results of your daughter's testing. See Classification and Diagnosis of Diabetes.

MSB

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Original posting 2 Oct 2003
Posted to Diagnosis and Symptoms

  
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