My daughter is four and is just out of the honeymoon phase. She just recently got diagnosed with celiac disease and her blood sugars have been out of whack sense then. She doesnt want to eat and holds out for snacks. It hard having a preschool age child with diabetes because they dont eat well any way. I feel like when she has high blood sugars and I call them in the doctors look at me like I have done something wrong and start raising insulin doses. When she has lows which scare me to death they seem like its no big deal and rarely lower insulin doses. Has anyone else had similar experiences?
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