Thanks Sue it does. Several times throughout the
years I was tested for Diabetes. last time was when my
daughter was born. She was 9 lbs 9 ounces and 231/4"
long. Different things would lead to the testing for
it, but, it always came out negative. The Dr stating
that I have it would could have at least tell me how
to handle it till I can be seen for it.
A friend told me that the blood sugar level that I
had could put someone into a diabetic coma. I went to
HS with a girl who had the Juvenile Diabetes. I heard
a few years ago that she quit taking her Insulin and
then she died. I still really don't know a whole lot
about it but I guess I will have to learn....Thank
--- Susan Jackson <suejacks@...
> Hi Connie,
> Type 1 diabetes is also refered to as juvenile
> diabetes and starts at a
> younger age. Type 1 diabetics inject insulin, my
> sister has been doing it
> for more than 30 years. Type 2 usually starts later
> in life and alot of
> times can be controled with a pill, diet and
> excercise, ny father became
> diabetic in his 50's. Thyroid and diabetes runs in
> the family, which makes
> me more prone to becoming a diabetic. Also 5 out of
> six kids are on
> supplements for thyroid.
> Hope this helps.
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