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Puberty from 2003

  1. Shouldn't his glucose have been elevated when the short stature evaluation was preformed a month earlier? (30 Nov 2003)
  2. My son's pediatric endocrinologist smells my son's armpits. Any idea what he is checking for? (29 Sep 2003)
  3. Can puberty increase insulin requirements to this extent? (21 Jul 2003)
  4. Is the hair odor part of puberty? Do kids with diabetes tend to have "heightened" problems during puberty? (29 Jun 2003)
  5. Is it always necessary to increase the insulin dose when a child with type 1 diabetes starts puberty? (11 Jun 2003)
  6. I know my son is going through puberty, but how long will we have these high readings? How much damage is it doing to him? (29 May 2003)
  7. Is this the what is known as the peripheral insulin resistance that happens in adolescence? (7 May 2003)
  8. My daughter, who has type 1 diabetes and is taking thyroxin, has one breast that is developing significantly faster than the other. (31 Mar 2003)
  9. Despite his age, my 13.5 year old son had a bone age on x-ray was 10 years and shows no signs of entering puberty. What to do? (1 Feb 2003)

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