About Me: Female, Logan, OH, member since Aug 2015
I am here for answers for my 4 yare old son. He was diagnosed with epilepsy on Christmas eve morning when he was only 17 months it was really hard at first it was really hard but we got everything under control. Now he was diagnosed with type 1b diabetes about 3 months
[More] ago. A little about what's going on. He went to the doctor with a yeast infection and an infection in his finger because he ***** on his fingers I mentioned that he had been going to the bathroom quite often and wanted to drink a lot I'll put that as he's outside a lot and it's hot he also has been getting a lot more dairy and he wasn't ever really into eating anything that was very before so the doctor check for ketones and he was positive then they take the sugar his sugar was 230 the doctor started him on insulin that day we went and got blood work done his a1c was 11 I had more questions than what I was getting answers for so we decided to take him to children's in Cincinnati they done more for blood work they done the antibody testing and he came back negative for any antibodies for Diabetes so they classified him as type 1 B we went back to childrens after being released approximately 3 weeks later to go over labs and his a1c went to 8.6 then about a month later just last week we went back for more test results and his a1c was down to 6.7 he just had a C peptide test done and his fasting sugar was 81 and according to what the doctor said everything else was normal like he did not have Diabetes but they're still saying he's got type 1 B so I'm trying to find out if anybody else is ever heard of anything like this and it may be easier to contact me at kimberlyy2412 at Yahoo com
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