On Saturday April 19th I came home from work to find my 13 year Old daughter lying on the couch, unresponsive. She needed to be carried to the car and brought to the ER. The check in desk did not wait to have her seen. She was not even triaged. Within minutes a team of hospital personal were working on my daughter. Monitors, blood work. Very scary! Her blood sugar was 648! They asked me if she was diabetic. No, my daughter was not. At least I didn't think so. An ambulance took us to a children's hospital an hour away. My daughter was brought to PICU and connected to several iv's and monitors. She was so out of it that she did not respond to any of this. They kept asking questions. Now I see the weight loss, the stomache aches, headaches, peeing a lot, drinking a lot. We spent 3 days in the hospital. We learned how to test her blood and giver her insulin. My high metabolism child who is used to eating anything she wants, whenever she wants is now counting carbs and feeling resentful. She broke down crying and threw her meter across the room. She is sick of it all already. Our lives are forever changed and we don't know if we will ever get used to this.