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From America OnLine:

Our 7 year old daughter was diagnosed 2 years ago. Recently she has become very irritable and easily agitated. We check for lows and usually there is none when this behavior occurs. She says she hears a voice that tells her to be good or bad. Our question is this; could a sudden drop in blood glucose levels (even if she is not technically low) cause her to hear these voices?

Kids of this age have nightmares and "night-terrors" but we're not sure what's going on in this case.

Discuss the details of your daughter's situation with her pediatrician.

Original posting 19 Feb 96


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