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parents of kids with Type 1

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Time for the Ophthalmologist

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Pet peeves

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Ketones

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New pump user - uncomfortable site

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Refusal for Field Trip

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JDRF’s Children’s Congress

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Grace's Mom

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Tips for talking to kindergartners about T1D

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Curious Kids

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Trouble with School Athletics

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Medical I.D's

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High And Low Blood Sugar

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She's only 2 y/o

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Comment by undertakr on June 7, 2012 at 6:39am

Holly:

The poem was written by Erma Bombeck. Hope this helps.

Regards,
Arianna Lamosa

Comment by Holly on June 7, 2012 at 6:35am

Do you know who wrote it I can't get onto that site. I am at work and they block some of our access. Thanks.

Comment by Natasha Bowlds on June 7, 2012 at 5:11am
Comment by Holly on June 7, 2012 at 4:58am

I was wondering if anyone has a copy of a poem I think that I got from somone on here about how god chooses mothers of children that are diabetic. I used to have a copy of it in my wallet but I lost my wallet and of course my only copy. Thanks.

Comment by Mother of many on June 2, 2012 at 6:33am

Hi, I have two little girls that are 10 and 8 living with type one. Look forward to a book that I will be publishing. It is geared for tweens but everyone who knows someone with diabetes will get something out of it.

Comment by ahe05a on April 20, 2012 at 9:29am

@Fighting for Stephany - My 10 yr old has trouble sleeping lately. Once in a while she takes 1mg of Melatonin and sleeps much better. We don't do it often b/c it makes her sleep really deeply and at least now lows wake her up.

Comment by Hockey Mom on April 5, 2012 at 8:45am

My son's auto-immune diseases started with Thyroid in second/third grade (which is rare for boys) and progressed to Type I Diabetes at sophomore in high school. They waited and waited and kept retesting hoping that his low thyroid numbers were mono or some other disease that they were not specifically testing. He never recovered Thyroid function and takes synthetic Thyroid but the good news was we caught his Type I early due to our great Endo and he has never been in the hospital.

Comment by marnie on April 5, 2012 at 6:29am

My daughter was diagnosed Type 1 just 8 months ago...She started complaining that she had trouble falling asleep..She was very tired during the day and looked so pale...Her blood sugar numbers were fine...My endo ran bloodwork and it turns out it was her thyroid, which is not uncommon with Type 1...Now she takes a little pill every morning and has no more trouble sleeping and looks great again!

Comment by Cheryl on April 5, 2012 at 5:28am

My son also has been type 1 for just short of 9 years. He is 19. Pre-pump, rising overnight BG's always affected his sleep and he would definitely be irritable waking up that way, and be just plain difficult to get out of bed. If someone in the household is a late to bed sort of person, they might do a late check each night and correct any rising BG. Just verify with your endo to see what level they suggest correcting to so that you don't worry about an overnight low.

Comment by Fighting for Stephany on April 4, 2012 at 7:47pm

I have a 15 year old daughter who is type 1 diabetic for the past 9 yrs. My question is can it affect sleep? Mine has alot of problems sleeping and staying asleep. I have spoken to pediatrician and she said not to worry about it. But when she wakes up irritable and her sugar is high I worry about it. Any advice...

 

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