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Hypoglycemia from 1996

  1. Is there anyway to regain the ability to sense low blood sugar before it drops drastically low? (22 Dec 96)
  2. Can you give an answer of how many children have suffered brain damage due to low sugar readings? (18 Dec 96)
  3. I was wondering if other children have long term bad effects from seizures? (14 Dec 96)
  4. I have had Type 1 diabetes for 1 1/2 years. I have been feeling low but when i check my sugar it is high; why is this? (3 Dec 96)
  5. My 4-year-old granddaughter has hypoglycemia. Is she is at high-risk for diabetes and is there anything that can be done to prevent it? (2 Dec 96)
  6. Our son has been suffering from night terrors. Should we be checking his blood glucose when this happens? (2 Dec 96)
  7. We have a 5 year old daughter who has been experiencing hypoglycemic episodes. I am concerned that this is the beginning of diabetes. (24 Nov 96)
  8. I am a 17 year-old college student. I was "diagnosed" with hypoglycemia this autumn. (23 Nov 96)
  9. I understand that many children with diabetes present with rapid heart rates when they are experiencing hypoglycemia. (7 Nov 96)
  10. What is considered a "low" reading, and what is the "length in time" of this "low" reading is considered harmful to a child? (31 Oct 96)
  11. Our pediatrician wants her to do a glucose test. Should I have her do the test? (28 Oct 96)
  12. One night while he was sleeping, his body started shaking like he was having a seizure. What could have caused this to happen? (22 Oct 96)
  13. I've been battling the "dawn phenomenon" and was wondering if you have suggestions to help avoid high morning blood glucose levels. (15 Oct 96)
  14. Has a link between hypoglycemia and hyperactivity been established? (29 Sep 96)
  15. Our son is enrolled in a church mother's morning out program. Both times when I walked into the room I could tell he was low. (29 Sep 96)
  16. My son was diagnosed at 18 months and is now 2 1/2 years old. What is a child that age feeling with a drop [from 277 to 60 in one hour]? (20 Sep 96)
  17. His blood sugar seems to drop suddenly at times, and without a warning will go into a seizure. (16 Sep 96)
  18. I was wondering if there was an easier way to bring her level up, other than trying to force feed her. (7 Sep 96)
  19. It seems that one of my warning signs for going low is that I frequently have what can best be described as "Hot Flashes".... (16 Aug 96)
  20. I would like info on brittle diabetes, with hypoglycemic unawareness. (6 Aug 96)
  21. On days that he goes to the pool swimming, we have noticed that at about 8:30 pm he drops low very rapidly. (31 Jul 96)
  22. During the past 2 weeks he has had low blood sugars in the morning. Can you suggest a reason for this, and a possible remedy? (27 Jul 96)
  23. Is there any chance of permanent damage due to these episodes? (27 Jul 96)
  24. As we treated his low (BG of 56) we realized that his right side was paralysed and he was unable to speak. (22 Jul 96)
  25. My husband uses the NovoPen [and] he sometimes uses the wrong one before going to bed. (4 Jul 96)
  26. Recently, he has had several convulsions. This has happened twice in the middle of the night. (16 Jun 96)
  27. My son has seizures in the middle of the night. (23 Jan 96)

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