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An_249513 posted:
my son is 8 and he only weighs 40 pounds... he stays thirsty aqll the time and at night he sweats like crazy....my sons father and grandfather and great grandfather all have been insulin dependant diabetics. it seems like my sons night sweats are getting worse and he is waking up in the middle of the night sick. saying he feels like the walls shaking... all signs are pointing to him being diabetic i just wanted to know if anyone out there had went thur this same thing or could tell me what to watch out for....

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davedsel57 responded:
Hello.

It sounds like you should get your son to the doctor asap for testing. Those symptoms could be from any number of conditions but only your doctor can determine exactly what is causing them.

To better understand Diabetes, read through the WebMD Diabetes Health Center here: http://diabetes.webmd.com/default.htm

I hope you can get your son diagnosed and treated soon.
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Blessings,

Dave
 
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Phototaker123 responded:
Get him to the doctor right away. Don't wait! Listen to Dave.
Let us know what the doctor says. Don't take a chance and wonder!


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