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When You Were In the Hospital...

Discussion in 'Teens' started by Furry6feline, May 6, 2006.

  1. Dylan

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    -350 -never said-no
     
  2. ErictheFerret

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    I was around 750 when they diagnosed me.
     
  3. Ithilfey

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    I was 503. My doctor only said that I was a day away from going into a coma. No, I wasn't sensitive to light, but I've heard that it happens.
     
  4. dGirl

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    I was 800+ But they said it'd been worse before when I told them what'd happened. I almost passed out too ><.
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    like some I got blurry at times. but never couldn't see
     
  5. dGirl

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    I got cramps at the house (Before I was diagnosed) all the time! charlie horses would wake me up all the time.
     
  6. Dylan

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    A1c over 14
     
  7. blbrocky

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    a couple of weeks
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  8. dGirl

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    Oh yeah my AIC was 15 1/2.
     
  9. Diet Dr. Pepper

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    I wan't taken to the hospital when I was diagnosed... is that normal? I was at my pediatrician and the nursed tested my bg and it was 260 and was a fasting one... then sent us for blood work and then we went home.. 3 days later we went to an endo and they taught us some stuff in a 5 hr class and sent us home...so yeah...
     
  10. MissEmi

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    I went to the hospital. I did fasting bloodwork and I was 360-something and then 472 the next day with a 18.0 a1c. The local dr. wanted to do what you did, Diet DP, but my ped dr. called me in at the children's hospital and I was there for 3 days.
     
  11. Diet Dr. Pepper

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    My a1c was 4 when I was diagnosed... now it's 7.2... It's never been higher than 8.7. What's normal for most diabetics? I've heard that the magic number is 7...:confused:
     
  12. malyssa

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    7.2 isn't bad at all. My last one was 10 :( ...Thats why I switched back to Lantus. 7 is the magic number for me. I hope I can get there by my end of May endo appt.
     
  13. s0ccerfreak

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    I was dx'd 10 years ago so I guess things were a little different. I was in the hospital for a week! I was in the 590's but didnt have any keytones
     
  14. swtttcherrypie

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    My blood sugar fasting for 8 hrs. was 289 or something.Extra Large Keytones. A1c-19.5. Crazy huh? All the symphtoms, never expected it.Best friend with type 1. love her!!!:)
     
  15. liveitxloveit

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    i was never in the hospital for it, because they caught it before it got bad =] but i'll answer from when i was diagnosed and all...

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    -well, first the doctor told my parents. then i had to get tested. it was about 2-3 weeks before i was actually diagnosed.
    -i was never in the hospital, but i wasn't when i was diangosed...
    i don't know what my a1c was, and i had no ketones.
     
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2008

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