A 21 year old Caucasian female comes into your office in early February. She is 5’3″ and according to your scale is barely over 100 pounds. You diagnosed her about 9 months earlier with Type 2 diabetes and advised her to control it with diet and exercise. You told her to come back and see you if she ever felt “really sick” or when she got pregnant. She thinks the reason she is not feeling well is because of her diabetes and brings you this paper.
So here’s the question: what do you do?