Like "I know what you're thinking. His doctor didn't believe us for the longest time either. But even if he only drank water during a game and ate nothing out of the ordinary before a game, he would consistently have high blood sugar after the game. We eventually started having him give some extra insulin right before the game to try to stay ahead of things. But then he had some issues with dropping low during the game. Especially if the game turned into a blow-out and wasn't as intense as he had anticipated. So we tried to manage through the game with a little bit of gatorade during the game. And then usually a test right after the game with more insulin given. I know that's not necessarily consistent with what other diabetics experience. But that was the reality for us."