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    Type 1 Diabetes and Melatonin
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    photogeek1 posted:
    I have a very good friend who has type 1 diabetes and needs to get her sleeping pattern back to normal. Will taking Melatonin hurt or pose any danger to her? She is 32 years old by the way.
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    mrscora01 responded:
    I don't know much about melatonin so I can't really say. A general rule of thumb is to always check with your doc before adding supplements.

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    bionic09 replied to mrscora01's response:
    Ive had type 1 for 30 years and have been taking melatonin for 8. Ive seen no problems in relation to my sugar.


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