My son was diagnosed with Diabetes at age 12. He did not keep it under control until he was about 21. At that time, he worked hard to keep it under control... but a new problem came up. Every 3 months (almost to the day) he starts getting nauseated and vomiting to the point of dry heaves. We thought it was ketones, but the last few times his blood sugar and keytones are fine... He throws up and sleeps for 6 days and then all of a sudden he is fine, hungry and ready to go. 3 months later, with no warning, he is sick for 6 days... fine for 3 months etc.. This has gone on for 1 1/2 years.. He is having trouble with college because of absences.. He is afraid that he won't be able to keep up with school or job. I don't think a person should have to live like this. The doctors ran a gallbladder test and an intestinal bowel test. Any ideas? :confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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