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Re: [IPk] diabetes and siblings - any risk?

Hi Joanne,

I have one sister, and she doesn't have d, in fact, I am the only person in 
my family with it.

The chances are so low, wouldn't it be great for your son to have a play 

Good luck,


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>Subject: [IPk] diabetes and siblings - any risk?
>Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2003 11:50:59 EDT
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>Hi all,
>I am in a bit of a dilemma, and I am also looking for some advice.
>As some of you on this list know, I have a son Sam (4=) who has been 
>since he was 17mths old.
>My husband and I have been talking about having another baby, but we are
>concerned about the risks of the baby going on to develop diabetes like 
>have no history of diabetes in our family.
>My husband is so concerned about it, he is very reluctant to have anymore
>children, whereas, I am ok with the situation.
>I was wondering if any of you had a first child with diabetes, and have 
>on to have more children without problem? and what are the risks?
>Some feedback would be much appreciated.  I really dont know what to do.
>Mum to Sam (4=) wife to Steve
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