An endocrinologist explains how time in range can help provide a clearer picture of a child’s diabetes management.
If your child uses a CGM (continuous glucose monitor), see if this next-level technique could help you keep blood sugar under tighter control.
What do you do when your outgoing, sociable teenager suddenly becomes shy and private after a type 1 diabetes diagnosis? Find an expert answer here.
It’s low, but is it that serious? How to mentally (and physically) prepare to make the call in the moment on administering emergency treatment.
Not So Pumped? If your teenager wants to switch back to multiple daily injections and you’re worried it will make diabetes management harder rather than easier, find expert answers here.
Q: “Do I need to adjust my child’s type 1 diabetes care when there’s a time change?” Find answers here.
Q: “I’m worried our son is heading towards diabetes burnout. I’ve read about giving kids a ‘diabetes vacation’ to help them through times of stress. What does that mean exactly, and how do I do it?” Find an expert answer here.
Q: “Our daughter is entering puberty, and we want to help her be prepared, especially when it comes to how menstruation could affect her blood sugar management. What should we know?” Find an expert answer here.
Q: “Now that the artificial pancreas has been approved, I have so many questions… How does it work? Is it a good fit for my child? Will we still need to count carbs and do finger sticks?” Find an expert answer here.
Q: “Are schools required to allow cell phones in the classroom if a child uses one as a type 1 diabetes device — that is, to transmit CGM data to the nurse and/or parents at home?” Find an expert answer here.