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Published by anniejoby in the blog anniejoby's blog. Views: 1125

Firstly hello
right where new to all this my son got diagnosed with type 1 diabetes on thursday he got that ill our doctor sent him stright to a&e and the admitted as his sugar levels was at 2 and they diagnosed him rite basically i was just wondering what it meen when the sugar levels go higher my sons have been going up all day they are now at 17 hes just taken his insuline any advice u can give us wud b greatfullx

hes on insuline 3 times a day b4 meals then the slow 1 at night x
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