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    asthma and diabetes in kid with parent with same medical problems!
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    TikaHall93 posted:
    if a parent has ADD,asthma,and diabetes ,aicd reflex. is it possible for the kids to have these same medical problems? I am mother of two boy my older son has ADHD and asthma but I staring to question if he has diabetes too he has come home form school or out play with firend feeling lightheaded and shiky. I check his blood sugar and it been in up to 184 and higher should I be worried. should witch my other son for the same things they are very diffent but we all have the medical problems the only thing the boy have not gotten form me so Farr is the diabetes but now i'am worried with the way my order son has been acting like. what do I do I going to take to the doctor then I thought do some resh first.
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