Thank you! You were right. My daughter still has Type I diabetes. I guess it what wishful thinking that her pancreas would start working again all by itself! I did talk with her Pediatric Endo, and he said the same as you. We have an appointment to meet with him.
Thank you for your response!
Thank you Zoelula for your response. Actually I had assumed that the relevent expert replies to your post as well.thanks for clearing up my confusion.
My mum does have a glucometer and does check her sugar levels regularly like you said. I do encourage her on eating high fibre diet and leave carbs for good. Your note might encourage her more to stick to a proper diet.and yeah you are right about the eye problems, she had cataract surgery in both the eyes recently and ill definatly have her annual eye exam done on regular basis.
I really appreciate your support.
May Allah give you best of health.Amen.
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