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Surgery from 2000

  1. My husband has had type 1 diabetes for 11 years now. We are done having children. Are there risks associated with a vasectomy? (28 Nov 2000)
  2. Can you give me some insight on the risks involved in a person with diabetes who is undergoing a liver transplant because of NASH? (1 Nov 2000)
  3. Is it necessary for all children with type 1 diabetes to have intravenous insulin and fluids for minor surgery? If not, what do you suggest? (13 Sep 2000)
  4. My daughter with cerebral palsy and type 1 diabetes is scheduled for a two-hour orthopedic surgery in another state in several months. I have several questions. (14 Aug 2000)
  5. Did my surgery cause the reading to be off? (21 Jul 2000)
  6. My son has had type 1 for 6 months. His adenoids and tonsils need to be removed. (18 Jul 2000)

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