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Old 10-03-2011, 07:12 PM   #1
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RAI Treatment with type 1 diabetes

I am having RAI treatment for autoimmune thyroiditis because my thyroid is causing my blood sugar to fluctuate too much. But the problem is that I can't eat anything before the treatment and I wasn't sure what to do if I go hypo. Also does anyone know if I can use my insulin pump throughout the procedure or will it get contaminated from the radioactive iodine?

 
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