A very scary thing happened to my sister. She recently hired a nanny for her son to take care of him while she worked. This nanny has diabetes. Well, the nanny just got to her house this morning, right as she was about to leave for work and started acting very weird and out of character. Jumping on the bed like a little kid, flexing her arms, somersaulting on the bed, and laughing uncontrollably. This woman is 45 yrs old, so it looked really weird. She ran through the house many times before passing out on the floor. My sister called 911 and eventually came to. She said she had low blood sugar at the time which is what caused it.
My question is, is this normal behavior for a diabetic? Should she fire her nanny? The nanny is home all day with her baby, what if noone else was home to call the paramedics? Is this normal?
Asked by Anonymous at 7:45 AM on Aug. 14, 2010 in Health
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