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Stress from 1998

  1. Since my daughter started school, her lunch numbers are very high. Can stress be causing the high numbers? (10 Nov 1998)
  2. Is stress a cause of diabetes? (1 Nov 1998)
  3. My granddaughter was diagnosed with Type 1 last week. She began darting her eyes up and sideways while in the hospital. (19 Oct 1998)
  4. We were told that stress would cause her blood glucose levels to increase. Instead stress seems to lower them. (16 Sep 1998)
  5. My physician is considering changing me to either 70/30 or an insulin pump to try and get better control. (24 Aug 1998)
  6. I am 29 and in my 28th week of pregnancy. How much does stress contribute to high blood sugar level readings? (23 Aug 1998)
  7. What seems to trigger the higher levels is not so much her diet as her level of tension. (25 Jul 1998)
  8. I am looking for information about diabetes and stress. (7 Jun 1998)
  9. Someone asked me about the association of stress and the onset of diabetes. (16 Mar 1998)
  10. I am looking for documentation on the effect that a period of stress has on the onset of diabetes. (1 Mar 1998)
  11. Is it true that if something unexpected happens, it will cause your sugar to go up? (1 Mar 1998)
  12. Is it possible that my initial high reading was caused by the unusually high stress I was under? (31 Jan 98)

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