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Honeymoon from 1999

  1. Suddenly last week, I found that I was hypo'ing badly after any meal I had. (29 Dec 1999)
  2. I read a posting about taking nicotinamide to prolong the honeymoon period. (18 Dec 1999)
  3. After four weeks on very low doses, I was able to live for three months without any treatment. (16 Nov 1999)
  4. My 5 year old daughter was diagnosed about seven months ago. After a brief period she went into the honeymoon phase. Last week her insulin needs started to increase dramatically. (9 Nov 1999)
  5. Will taking daily aspirin or other anti-inflammatory medicine prolong the honeymoon? (7 Nov 1999)
  6. My 5 year old son wakes up often with a blood sugar below 50. Why is he waking up so low? (4 Nov 1999)
  7. Her first A1c was over 11. The second was 6.5. Her most recent was 4.1. What does this represent? (29 Oct 1999)
  8. Will taking anti-inflammatory medicine such as aspirin or ibuprofen slow down the damage to her islet cells? (28 Oct 1999)
  9. My daughter was diagnosed when she was 2. Is it possible that she can still be honeymooning after 3 years? (28 Oct 1999)
  10. My daughter was diagnosed less than a month ago. After 2 weeks on insulin, she entered her honeymoon phase. (15 Oct 1999)
  11. Is there any kind of medicine in order to stabilize his blood sugar readings? (4 Oct 1999)
  12. Our son only needs a total of ten Protaphane and two Actrapid each day. Why? (14 Sep 1999)
  13. My daughter was diagnosed seven months ago. Since that time her insulin dosages have steadily decreased. (3 Sep 1999)
  14. Do you know of any research which suggests that an insulin pump can extend the honeymoon? (28 Aug 1999)
  15. In the past year, her blood sugar was good, till last month her blood sugar was from 200 to 400 for a month. (26 Aug 1999)
  16. My granddaughter was diagnosed 16 months ago. Her current insulin requirement is 5 units/day. (13 Aug 1999)
  17. The past three days his blood glucose level has increased in the evenings (7 Aug 1999)
  18. Until recently, I had really good control. My dinner blood sugars are consistently high. (2 Jul 1999)
  19. Sometimes at supper and especially at his 8 o'clock needle we have to skip and he is normal in the morning. (30 Jun 1999)
  20. My husband was diagnosed with Type 1 5 months ago, after a severe blood infection. (16 Jun 1999)
  21. Although we maintained good control at first, her blood sugars now fluctuate from anywhere between 3.0 to 27 mmol/l in a day. (7 Jun 1999)
  22. Please explain to me the honeymoon period. (4 Jun 1999)
  23. My son is in the honeymoon phase. What would happen if he stopped injecting the insulin? (17 Apr 1999)
  24. What is the Honeymoon Phase? (19 Mar 1999)
  25. His insulin dose has been 2R/6N at 7:30AM, 1R/2.5N PM. This worked pretty well until 3 weeks ago. (3 Mar 1999)
  26. Our daughter was diagnosed and put on insulin but due to "honeymoon" she experienced several low blood sugar readings. (2 Mar 1999)
  27. Is there anything that could possibly be done to help prolong the honeymoon stage or regenerate her pancreas? (30 Jan 1999)
  28. Is it possible for someone to have Type 1 diabetes to control their blood sugar purely by diet and exercise? (17 Jan 1999)
  29. My 9 year old son sometimes he will go a few days without taking R. How unusual is this? (1 Jan 1999)

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