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Re: [IPk] Re: HYPOS and seizures

> Could it be connected with the fact that some (lucky) people retain their
> natural glucagon production for a few years after diagnosis? It eventually
> packs up, but in the mean time you have natural protection against moderate
> hypos - it's only the really bad ones that get you, and cause a seizure. I
> haven't a clue what I'm talking about, by the way. But I was diagnosed at
> the age of 11 (the most common age) and had no bad nightime hypos until I
> was 16.

Well, that makes sense, but it completely contradicts my theory that it seems 
to be children rather than adults who have seizures :-)

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