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Aches and Pains from 2007

  1. Diagnosed two months ago, my daughter often feels dizzy and out of sorts. Is this common for the newly diagnosed? (24 Dec 2007)
  2. My son has had stomach pain for four years. He's had his gallbladder removed and a Nissen Fundoplication. The pain is still quite bad. Do you have any ideas why? (11 Dec 2007)
  3. My son has been experiencing dizziness, headaches, stomachache and fatigue. His doctor has suggested I take him to a neurologist. Is this normal? (3 Dec 2007)
  4. For the past six months, my young son has exhibited what appear to be signs of gastroparesis. Do you have any ideas about what his stomach issue could be? (27 Nov 2007)
  5. Since switching to NovoLog, my son has been complaining about his injections burning. Why would this be happening? (12 Nov 2007)
  6. My daughter is complaining about headaches and backaches. Is this related to her diabetes? (31 Oct 2007)
  7. My daughter has been complaining of extreme pain on the bottom of her foot. Is this something about which I should be concerned? Is it related to her diabetes? (10 Oct 2007)
  8. Recent blood work revealed some abnormal results and an elevated A1c. My blood sugars have been higher since I've had joint pain. Could the pain be related to my diabetes? (24 Sep 2007)
  9. Due to elevated microalbumin levels, I started taking Diovan. I now have a constant, dull stomach pain. Could this be a side effect of the Diovan? (20 Jul 2007)
  10. My daughter always complains of a stomachache. Since my brother has diabetes, should I have my daughter checked? (19 Jul 2007)
  11. Diagnosed with type 1 in mid-February, my son has had daily headaches for a month. Is this related to his insulin? Is this common with well regulated pre-teens? (19 Jul 2007)
  12. My stomach is displaced from earlier Roux-en-Y surgery. Since December, I've had constant pain under my right lower rib. Is this gastroparesis? (14 May 2007)
  13. Diagnosed in December, my 11-year-old son has been feeling lightheaded and having headaches. Is this related to his diabetes? (4 Apr 2007)
  14. For the last few nights, my daughter has been waking with leg pains and tremors. Are they related to her diabetes? With which doctor should I discuss this? (27 Mar 2007)
  15. My son has been complaining of foot pain around the ankle and lower leg pain. Is this from lack of movement or related to his diabetes? (16 Mar 2007)
  16. Are type 1 diabetics more prone to bladder infections, even in young men? Will tighter control help prevent this from happening? If they are more prone,"why?" (14 Mar 2007)
  17. After 27 years with type 1, I have severe pain in the upper right quadrant of my abdomen. Could this be gastroparesis or something else related to diabetes? (6 Mar 2007)
  18. Three weeks ago, my daughter was prescribed eye drops for an eye infection. She is still complaining about her eyes. Could she still have an infection? (5 Mar 2007)
  19. I have fluctuating blood sugars. I often feel a nagging pressure at my temples that worsens throughout the day. What could be causing this? (3 Mar 2007)
  20. For years, my son had headaches, then got glasses. Since his diagnosis, the headaches stopped and he no longer needs glasses. Could he have been diabetic all along? (16 Feb 2007)
  21. I've had diabetes for 19 years and have joint pain in two of my fingers. Could this be a complication of diabetes or is it more likely to be something unrelated? (22 Jan 2007)
  22. When discharged after her recent diagnosis, my daughter complained of pain in her calf, which the pediatrician diagnosed as a blood clot. What could have caused it? (17 Jan 2007)
  23. My daughter has four fingertip blood sugar tests daily. Can this cause pain or numbness in the fingertips? (17 Jan 2007)

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