Pam shares the lifestyle changes she made to benefit her type 1 diabetic son.
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I have a tight relationship obviously with the school nurse. I talked to her almost of a daily basis because you know we start off his day obviously testing his blood first thing in the morning. He tests before he goes to school. He tests like three times while he’s at school and then several times after school. And since the last couple of months, he’s actually been playing football which exercise a new routine that causes all kinds of new headaches where we now have to more in contact with the doctor as well as the school nurse and keeping him regulated because we can’t seem to find a happy meeting with moderating his blood sugars at this point.