Nah, it sounds about
the same area.
I was told to avoid rollercoasters with straps that lay over my port, because someone in our clinic had recently gone on a coaster, and there port crushed because of the force.
I'm very well guarded over my port (it drives nurses crazy), because I don't want to have the op for a new one. Even so much as not heplocking under pressure causes me too go mad, because I've had 3 close calls with blood clotting in my port.
At school, I won't have noticed it, because I was really lethargic all of the time anyway. I hated school, so spent most of it just walking round like a zombie.
Even now, I still have only a little amount of energy, unless soemthing spark's interest in me, then I'm like a little kid who's eaten a tubfull of blue smarties.
I don't know whether I could actally be diabetic. I eat soooo much sugar, to keep my weight up. It's not likey to be the cause of my tirednes though, becaus I didn't even eat sweets or drink fizzy pop, until I left school, and home, at age 17. Then I slowely got an addiction to sugar. But, as I say, suits me fine, because it is the only thing that keeps any meat on my bones.
I'm having a glucose tolerance test in august. So that may explain more to me, or rule out diabetes.
They did do a lot of different bloods on me, while i was in hospital. I'll see if they did the one you mentioned. They did take 5 bottles full, so it's a possiblity they could have.