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Another stomach ache

My granddaughter 3 1/2 years old has juvenile diabetes (Type 1).  She was diagnosed about 2 months ago.
She also has had a few very bad stomach aches since she was diagnosed with this.  There has to be a connection with the sugar levels, ketone levels something!!  Is there anyone out there, maybe a doctor that reads these, that has knowledge of what could be happening to all of these kids.  I know from witnessing an episode of a bad stomach ache that it is very painful for them.  
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From personal experience having elevated b/g and/or keytones can make you stomach upset and nauseous. I would definitely bring this to her endocrinologist's attention because there could be other factors that could come into play, like celiac disease for instance. I hope she gets better!
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