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I was having a discussion with some colleagues in the pub the other night. We kind of disagreed, so I am hoping someone here is willing to shed some light on the issue. I think diabetic comas are caused by really elevated blood sugar levels, but my colleague says they happen when the blood sugar levels are really low. Which one of us is right?

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You won't believe it when I say that both of you were right :-). In fact, diabetic comas can be caused by blood sugar extremes, either too high or too low. The coma stage is reached through a variety of early symptoms and conditions, which depend of whether the blood sugar levels are too high or too low, but all can lead to diabetic coma.
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