We went to my sisters ped, because we were away from home visiting my family. He thought it was an infection, gave an antibiotic, wanted us to return for another white blood cell count the next day. On his way out the door said "Oh, and his sugar count is a little high, but it could be nothing". It was 350. We found out the next day when he retested that he was "still" 350 and might be D. Looking back and knowing what I know now, of course he had all the classic symptoms of D and DKA, but I didn't put it all together until well after diagnosis.