Hugh Crilly
Hugh Crilly

my 14 year old son was diagnosed as T1 4 years ago and as me and his mother seperated shortly b4 that i cant monitor it as much as i wud like. We are starting to get him back to his normal self with the carb-counting but every morning his sugar levels are between 16 and 25 no matter how good r bad he was the day b4, any1 any ideas on how to keep them down :) :) :)

Taani Chy
Taani Chy
  • Hugh Crilly

Why don't u let him have his dinner n den check the sugar level after 2hr. N den let him sleep. I m type 1 too. I do check it before sleep to ensure it's in right track.

Doug Ridder
Doug Ridder

ITS ALL ABOUT MONEY YOU KNOW THAY GOT A CURE

Kulwant Raj Sharma
Kulwant Raj Sharma
  • Doug Ridder

What makes you say that? I mean any such evidence with you or is that you just 'feel so'?

Danny Robichaud
Danny Robichaud

to help my friend adam in a wheel chair I want him to live.

Mary Cuthbertson
Mary Cuthbertson

this is a big problem for children and adults causes so many other illnesses too.

Maureen Brady
Maureen Brady

Ihave it I HATE it.

Cathy Alliano Viglione
Cathy Alliano Viglione

it's the silent killer.

Susan McCree
Susan McCree

it is important to be Educated about Diabetes, as well as the fact that I support family and friends with this disease. we all need to work together on this bless.

Norma Gonzales
Norma Gonzales

This is important to me because so many of my family/friends , as well as myself, are fighting this battle.

Naomi Robertson
Naomi Robertson

my mum has it.

Karen Collett
Karen Collett

My hubby is type 1 and so I support any diabetic cause to help end this awful disease.

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