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Other Illnesses from 2007

  1. My toddler has pancreatic insufficiency. I check his blood sugars when he seems to be drinking frequently and have found some slightly elevated readings. Should I take him to a pediatric endocrinologist? (20 Dec 2007)
  2. Diagnosed with mononucleosis, my teen son's blood sugars are not that elevated. Should we still check for ketones? (13 Dec 2007)
  3. My daughter has type 1, diabetes insipidus, and epilepsy. Do you think she may have Wolfram Syndrome? What kind of future should I expect for her? (2 Dec 2007)
  4. My younger son has both type 1 and diabetes insipidus. Have you seen children with both? (2 Dec 2007)
  5. During a stomach bug with large ketones and a low blood sugar, what is the best treatment for the patient? (12 Nov 2007)
  6. I work in a habilitation center and have a mildly retarded patient with diabetes. Do you know of resources I can use to educate him about food choices and cooking? (23 Oct 2007)
  7. My son has type 1 and asthma. Is it common for diabetics to have asthma? (16 Oct 2007)
  8. I have pseudo seizures. Since females in my family have a history of diabetes, should I also be tested? Do diabetic seizures show abnormal EEG waves? (30 Sep 2007)
  9. Tests confirmed my teen daughter has Premature Ovarian Failure. Where can we find a specialist to determine the viability of her eggs? (24 Sep 2007)
  10. My son has developed atrial fibrillation. How will this affect his diabetes? (20 Sep 2007)
  11. My daughter has type 1, celiac, and possibly NASH. Are there any clinics in the United States that specialize in the management and treatment of multiple diseases? (25 Aug 2007)
  12. I had salmonella in December and am now having higher blood sugars. Can salmonella have a long-term affect on type 2 diabetes? (17 Aug 2007)
  13. I was diagnosed with sinus tachycardia, then hypoglycemia. If you slow the heart rate down with beta blockers, will that make my system burn less glucose? (7 Aug 2007)
  14. My toddler had a 95% pancreatectomy for nesidioblastosis. What kind of medication can I give her so that she can sleep for several hours? (6 Aug 2007)
  15. Why is it that celiac screening and the gluten free diet is not suggested to those with autoimmune diseases presenting with epilepsy, severe depression and schizophrenia? (4 Jul 2007)
  16. Is there a link between being constipated and high glucose levels? Will keeping constipation under control help lower blood sugars? (3 Jun 2007)
  17. My daughter might have IBD. Is this common for those with type 1 diabetes? Should she be on a particular diet? (9 May 2007)
  18. I have CFRD. Why are my blood sugars higher when I take albuterol or Pulmozyme? If I need I.V. antibiotics, will I need more insulin? Why did I get diabetes? (6 May 2007)
  19. How common is it for a child with type 1 diabetes, celiac, and Hashimoto's thyroiditis also to get Addison's disease? (8 Feb 2007)
  20. My daughter has strep for the fifth time since November. Is this related to her diabetes? If she needs a tonsillectomy, how will her diabetes be affected? (5 Feb 2007)

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