While pregnant women can also suffer from gestinational diabetes, when they produce too much blood sugar while carrying their unborn baby.
What is the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes?
"There's no day off from having diabetes and there's not yet a cure, so if you live with the condition you know it's going to be with you day in, day out for the rest of your life".
May has been a vocal supporter of World Diabetes Day tweeting: "When I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, it came as a shock".
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The president was receptive to my comments and it was throughout a very cordial and positive exchange". However, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said the issue was not raised.
Type 1 is present in about 10% of diabetic cases and they require daily intake of insulin to survive. They can even slip into coma if not revived. She has recently revealed that she has to inject herself with insulin up to five times a day to manage her condition. Some children hide it from their school staff because of stigma.
As part of one of the largest surveys carried out by the charity, over 700 people of different ages, ethnicities and backgrounds from across Scotland shared their experiences of living with diabetes today, and what their hopes and fears were for the future.
Adya's parents recently encouraged her to go on a school trip to the Nilgiris, instilled confidence in her and taught her lifesaving skills.
The study also found less than a third (28.7%) of Scots said they definitely felt in control of their condition.
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Dr P Raghupathy, professor of paediatric endocrinology at Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health told to TOI, "These children need constant care and can not be left on their own, particularly if they are less than five years old". The brain needs a constant level of glucose for normal functioning. "Adult-onset" type-2 diabetes occurs when the body can not use insulin produced efficiently because of metabolic reasons, forcing the pancreas to overwork and finally stop production.
"All that schools need to do is to provide a congenial environment for these children". School must have trained staff to prevent a child with Type 1 diabetes from slipping into coma. They play an important role in lowering the levels of bad cholesterol and resistance, which the body has against insulin. It mimics the functioning of pancreas and replaces the injections by supplying the precise dose of rapid acting insulin whenever its level drops.
"I don't want to be treated differently, but sometimes I need to be treated differently", she tells BBC News.
It is a small, white, circular patch which monitors blood sugar levels and will warn her when she has to inject insulin.
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