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Re: [IP] Newly diagnosed infant



The endo told them how much to lower the evening dosage but it's still not
helping. The doc was very concerned saying that it was way too low for a growing
baby. He would be happier if her am fasting sugars were around 120-140. They live
in NYC.
Eleanor P.

email @ redacted wrote:

> In a message dated 99-03-05 14:44:30 EST, you write:
>
> << hey seem to be managing ok, only my sister-in-law is very concerned
>  because Hannah's bs is exceedingly low (48-50) whenever she wakes up.
>  They've tried giving her carbs before she goes to sleep but to no avail.
>  Any suggestions? >>
>
> This might be her normal AM fasting BG. I don't have the exact numbers
> available at home, but ranges for toddlers are different for older children
> and adults. If she is getting insulin (diluted, I would suspect) they should
> ask the pediatrician/endo about the expected target ranges for a 14 month old
> and the appropriate dosages. Where do they live?
> Barbara B.
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