Type 1 diabetes in young children, formerly called juvenile diabetes, happens while the pancreas is unable to supply insulin. Type 1 frequently appears during childhood/adolescence however it is able to begin at any time.
Type 2 diabetes is less usual in younger children but it is able to arise when insulin is not operating properly. Without sufficient insulin, glucose can collect within the bloodstream.
Type 1 diabetes among children/adolescents has the following symptoms:
Type 2 diabetes among children/adolescents has the following symptoms: