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How can doctors tell if my child has hypoglycemia?
If your child has diabetes, hypoglycemia is usually caused by insulin reaction, a common complication of diabetes.
For children who have symptoms of hypoglycemia and don’t have diabetes, in addition to a complete medical history and physical exam, your child’s physician will look for evidence of what’s known as the Whipple Triad:
The doctor may also order laboratory tests to measure your child’s insulin production.
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