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My son (a 9 year old) has seizures in the middle of the night. We take his readings when this happens and they are always low. What can we do?

This is not tolerable!

You must discuss this with your son's Diabetes Team, and get his overnight insulin dose decreased (or perhaps make other changes). Do it as soon as possible!

Original posting 23 Jan 96


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