Honeymoon from 2001
- Is it recommended that I continue my low level insulin shots to help prolong the honeymoon period even though they might not be necessary? (28 Oct 2001)
- My friend's 11 year old son was recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, and his father is curious as to what he can do to prolong the honeymoon. (29 Sep 2001)
- Can you recommend any good reading on the honeymoon? (6 Sep 2001)
- Is there anything we can do to prolong the honeymoon stage? (2 Sep 2001)
- Does this sound like a honeymoon period? Is there anything else I should be doing or any other tests I should be having done? (24 Aug 2001)
- Is there some kind of formula I can use that tells me if my daughter is still in the honeymoon phase? (23 Aug 2001)
- I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes six years ago, and take 8 units a day. Am I still in my honeymoon? (7 Aug 2001)
- When someone is receiving insulin shots in the honeymoon period, is it really resting their pancreas? (2 Jul 2001)
- Is there a honeymoon period in people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes after the age of 30 and not on insulin? (11 Jun 2001)
- I am in the honeymoon phase. Would you recommend the insulin pump now? (31 May 2001)
- How long can we expect on average for the honeymoon to last? (18 Apr 2001)
- Is there a possibility this could have been a false positive because of all the medication my daughter was on prior to diagnosis? (16 Apr 2001)
- Can you please tell me the reason for a a C-peptide? (2 Apr 2001)
- Could I be going into a belated honeymoon period? Is this due to my total change of life style? (5 Mar 2001)
- Does my daughter have type 1B diabetes? If the honeymoon phase is prolonged, will it help? Does nicotinamide help? (9 Feb 2001)
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