Your Diabetes Web World helps you live life – and live it well – with type 1 diabetes. Come on in – and let our entertaining, interactive site guide you to better diabetes care. From Novo Nordisk.

What Is Diabetes Type 1?


Managing Diabetes Type 1?
– It typically appears in adolescence.
– Symptoms include increased thirst, frequent urination, hunger, fatigue, and blurred vision.
– Treatment aims at maintaining normal blood sugar levels through regular monitoring, insulin therapy, diet, and exercise.

Who is most commonly affected?


Points of Contact for Diabetes:
Endocrinologist:  Treats metabolic and hormone disorders.
Primary care provider (PCP):  Prevents, diagnoses, and treats diseases.
Nutritionist: Specializes in food and diet.
Pediatrician: Provides medical care for infants, children, and teenagers




Note: The information you see describes what usually happens with a medical condition, but doesn’t apply to everyone. This information isn’t medical advice, so make sure to contacta healthcare provider if you have a medical problem. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or a emergency number