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Aches and Pains from 2008

  1. After several years of poor control and high blood sugars, I am in better control, but have shooting, burning pain, mainly in my back and shoulders. Is this neuropathy? (31 Oct 2008)
  2. My son has been experiencing fatigue, headaches and nausea in the afternoons. Almost 13, could these symptoms be related to puberty? (24 Oct 2008)
  3. Our friends' daughter and another young girl with type 1 both have painful gout-like conditions in their feet. Is this common with type 1? (26 Sep 2008)
  4. After four years with type 1, should we consider putting our daughter on a pump? Will it help her avoid lows? (27 Aug 2008)
  5. My son has been complaining of chest pain, which is accompanied by high blood sugars, despite a recent increase in his NPH. What could be causing the pain? (15 Aug 2008)
  6. I had to call an ambulance when I had chest pain. After a lot of tests, they said it could have been a digestive problem. Is this possible? (19 Jul 2008)
  7. My son needs his wisdom teeh pulled. The oral surgeon wants consent from my son's doctor, as he believes my son may not heal properly because of his diabetes. Is this common? (26 Jun 2008)
  8. Diagnosed with type 1 eight months ago, my young son complains of hand and leg pain almost every morning. What would cause this? (2 Jun 2008)
  9. Before her diagnosis, my daughter complained of a stomach ache and we were told it was from ketones. She's complaining again. What could the cause be now? (25 Apr 2008)
  10. My daughter has has been complaining of ankle pain. Her ankles, fingers and face look puffy. Could it be her shoes? At 11, is she too young for kidney problems and neuropathy? (13 Apr 2008)
  11. Tests have revealed that my daughter has an ectopic pancreas that is causing pain, illness, and erratic blood sugars. What do you know about ectopic pancreas? (7 Apr 2008)
  12. My daughter sometimes has muscle cramps in her lower or upper legs and tender arches. Could she have calcium deficiency? What is the recommended serving of calcium per day? (31 Mar 2008)
  13. I had an MRI that showed extreme bursitis. I was told that GHR1000, might help. Is this safe? (31 Mar 2008)
  14. My daughter has Down Syndrome and type 1. For months, she has had hip, leg and knee pain. Could she be developing arthritis? Is this common with diabetes? (13 Mar 2008)
  15. Since a recent stomach bug, my six-year-old has needed less daytime insulin and has been complaining about his stomach hurting. What do you think this is? (9 Mar 2008)
  16. My young teen daughter sometimes gets pain that starts in her abdominal area then moves around to both sides towards her back area. Do you have any ideas what this might be? (8 Mar 2008)
  17. Since a bout of strep throat about a month ago, my daughter has been complaining about a backache. Could this be related to her kidneys? What should I do? (4 Mar 2008)
  18. Despite negative tests for celiac disease and heliclobacter, my daughter has ongoing stomach pains. She feels nauseous and burps a lot. What could be causing this? (27 Feb 2008)
  19. At her diagnosis, my daughter complained of tummy pain that still persists. Do you have any idea what may be causing her this discomfort? Tests for celiac were negative. (25 Feb 2008)
  20. My young adult son often belches and vomits. His test results were normal so no further tests were suggested. What could this be? (1 Jan 2008)

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