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From Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA:

My 16 daughter has had type 1 diabetes since the age of 11, and I've talked with two people who have siblings with type 1 diabetes who strongly believe that people with diabetes can be more forgetful and moody, partly because of their highs and low blood sugars. Do you find this true?


I don't think folks with diabetes are much more forgetful than the rest of us. However, moods can fluctuate with blood sugar variances.


Original posting 17 Sep 2001
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