Hello all, My daughter was diagnosed 1 week ago. I took her to her pediatrician for weight loss. That was the only symptom. She had lost 10 pounds since January. She is 5' tall and in January was 100 pounds. She was down to 90 pounds and we decided to do blood work. I had discussed her weight loss previously with her doctor and we were just watching it because at 100 pounds she could stand to loose a few and we thought it was likely her loosing her "baby fat" due to the onset of puberty. The pediatrician thought it was likely her thyroid but I asked to have a glucose drawn and before we even got home she was calling to say to go to the ER because her blood sugar was 480. We stayed 2 nights. She had some odd things that don't add up. No keystones in her urine and not in ketoacidosis. Has never felt bad, not fatigued, no other symptoms, other than, in hindsight, more thirst and urination. Her antibodies came back negative and her cholesterol was normal. We want home on insulin injections and have lowered the dose once due to very normal to low normal blood sugars but now we are consistently low. I have a call into the on call MD but he has yet to call back. I'm very new at this but i thought I would start here and ask if anyone else had a child with negative antibodies and if so, did you ever get an answer as to why they are negative and did that change your plan of care if diagnosis?