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Hyperglycemia and DKA from 1996

  1. My son was diagnosed eight months ago. The problem is that he usually has small amount of ketones in his morning urine. (22 Dec 96)
  2. My son is 9. How bad is it for him to have high readings if we catch it quickly and get it back down? (3 Nov 96)
  3. Her endocrinologist decreased her insulin. Now the last 2 days her sugars have been high. Should I ask him to go back up on her doses? (21 Oct 96)
  4. One night while he was sleeping, his body started shaking like he was having a seizure. What could have caused this to happen? (19 Oct 96)
  5. I've been battling the "dawn phenomenon" and was wondering if you have suggestions to help avoid high morning blood glucose levels. (15 Oct 96)
  6. When people who do not have diabetes eat a pound of candy, how high does their blood glucose go? (19 Sep 96)
  7. I was wondering if there was an easier way to bring her level up, other than trying to force feed her. (7 Sep 96)
  8. What does it mean when the sugars are high and there are no ketones? (11 Aug 96)
  9. After three months, he was able to do without any insulin for 10 months. Two months ago he began to have evening blood sugar highs.... (9 Aug 96)
  10. Everytime my sister menstruates, her blood sugars seem to sky rocket (so do her ketones). (29 Jun 96)
  11. We have several questions regarding ketones. (14 Jun 96)
  12. I have a 16 year old son. His weight has been dropping and his blood sugars have been high. (23 Apr 96)

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