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Puberty from 1999

  1. My daughter just turned 12. Will the fact that she is diabetic have any effect as to when her period will start? (29 Dec 1999)
  2. My 12 year old son is having problems with his complexion. (18 Dec 1999)
  3. In the past two months, she has had difficulty with low blood sugar at night which has caused two seizures. (27 Sep 1999)
  4. My daughter frequently breaks out acne which clear, except 1 or 2 spots that develop into open sores. (21 Jul 1999)
  5. My daughter has had type 1 for 17 years and began to have difficulty controlling her diabetes when she began puberty. (28 May 1999)
  6. My 15 year old son was diagnosed 4 years ago. For the last 18 months his average has always been over 190 and as high as 280. (13 May 1999)
  7. My son is having extreme difficulty in accepting the fact that his disease his chronic. (26 Mar 1999)
  8. My daughter has had episodes of high blood sugars with moderate or large ketones, every 10 days to 2 weeks. (8 Mar 1999)
  9. His blood sugar reading was generally between 80 to 200 for 4 months but now his reading is changed. (6 Mar 1999)
  10. I have a 15 year old son. With him starting puberty his blood sugar levels are like a rollercoaster! (28 Feb 1999)
  11. My 12 year old daughter is having a extremely difficult time maintaining control of her diabetes. (15 Feb 1999)
  12. Is my diabetes interfering with puberty or am I just a freak? (25 Jan 1999)
  13. I am a 13 year old male with type 1 diabetes. My A1c test is always coming back with a level 8 or higher. (10 Jan 1999)

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