My 7 year old daughter complains daily of stomach aches and "not feeling good". She also gets stomach aches with low bgs, but her bgs are fine most of the time when she complains. I read that many children experience the same thing. I wonder if anyone found anything out?
I am 23 years old I have had type 1 diabetes since i was 8. i can relate to what you daughter goes trough. Even when my bgs r in perfect range, i suffer from stomach pain most days of my life, especially in the mornings. With diabetes, little things that wouldn't affect most people will affect us greatly. I can't eve tell you multiple small, livable, issues I have and doctors say, "well unfortunatly due to your diabtes you will just have this issue" that is not a satisfying answer for me. I hope you and your daughter can find answers. Tell her to b strong, and she can live a full great life with care. And I hope she finds relief to her stomach pain.
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