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Aches and Pains from 2001

  1. I have type 1 diabetes due to acute pancreatitis, and for the last three years, my stool check shows 2+ fat. I have taken Pancreatin tablets before food, but it has not helped. (11 Dec 2001)
  2. Could this be carpal tunnel syndrome at age 10? (27 Nov 2001)
  3. My 12 year old son, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes about 11 months ago, sometimes complains that his legs feel "restless" when his blood sugar is high. (24 Nov 2001)
  4. My son gets frequent diarrhea and stomach pain. An internist said he had no symptoms of gluten allergy, and we took lactose out of his diet. What else can he be checked for? (20 Nov 2001)
  5. Is there any connection between the stomach pain and diabetes? (19 Nov 2001)
  6. My daughter is definitely in a honeymoon, but I am concerned because she complains quite regularly about her stomach hurting with no other symptoms. (14 Nov 2001)
  7. Could my son's knee pain be caused by diabetes? (9 Nov 2001)
  8. Could a rise in blood sugars after meals be causing our daughter's stomach pain, or should we be looking at other possibilities? (2 Nov 2001)
  9. Any idea of what might cause my father's headaches? (26 Oct 2001)
  10. My six year old son, diagnosed at the age of two, is complaining of chest pains. (26 Sep 2001)
  11. My daughter has bad headaches, which make her vomit, at least once a week, but her blood sugars are well within the normal range when these headaches occur. (12 Sep 2001)
  12. I have type 2 diabetes, and I have had several bouts of neuralgia on my face and jaw and neck. Have you any advice? (28 Aug 2001)
  13. When I smoke marijuana, I get great pains in my chest area and it's hard to talk. Is this because of the diabetes? (28 Aug 2001)
  14. I am having problems with cold hands and feet. Could this have anything to do with my diabetes? (20 Aug 2001)
  15. Will my injured toenail nail eventually fall off? Do I need to take any specific precautions to prevent infection? (12 Aug 2001)
  16. Every time I have my period, I have severe cramps, and my blood sugar tends to run extremely high during that time. Could these severe cramps somehow be associated with my diabetes? (6 Aug 2001)
  17. Isn't there a test to confirm or eliminate neuropathy? Could this have been an early warning sign of her diabetes? (31 Jul 2001)
  18. I am a 20 year old with type 1 diabetes who has recently been experiencing swelling in my ankle. Should this be something to be concerned with? (31 Jul 2001)
  19. What else can I check to find out the reason for my daughter's stomachaches? (10 Jul 2001)
  20. My three year old son, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes four months ago, sometimes complains of his legs and feet hurting. What can I do to help him with this? (9 Jul 2001)
  21. Are there physical exercises and/or vitamin therapies to combat flexor tenosynovitis? (6 Jul 2001)
  22. About three after diagnosis, my daughter started experiencing some disturbing symptoms. She's every test imaginable, and her diabetes doctor says it must be depression. (6 Jul 2001)
  23. Our daughter was recently diagnosed and has an aching feeling all over that we cannot pinpoint to any reason. Have ideas or suggestions? (12 Jun 2001)
  24. I have diabetes and a nickel allergy which is causing discomfort. Are there any special precautions I should take for the medicine and things like that? (7 Mar 2001)
  25. Could my son's headache be from his Could this be from his virus, or is it common for children with diabetes to have an unusual amount of headaches? (3 Mar 2001)
  26. My nine year old daughter gets this pain in her left side of her stomach that is so bad she can't move, but by the time we get her to the hospital it's gone. (21 Feb 2001)

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