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Honeymoon from 2001

  1. 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)
  2. 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)
  3. Can you recommend any good reading on the honeymoon? (6 Sep 2001)
  4. Is there anything we can do to prolong the honeymoon stage? (2 Sep 2001)
  5. 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)
  6. Is there some kind of formula I can use that tells me if my daughter is still in the honeymoon phase? (23 Aug 2001)
  7. 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)
  8. When someone is receiving insulin shots in the honeymoon period, is it really resting their pancreas? (2 Jul 2001)
  9. Is there a honeymoon period in people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes after the age of 30 and not on insulin? (11 Jun 2001)
  10. I am in the honeymoon phase. Would you recommend the insulin pump now? (31 May 2001)
  11. How long can we expect on average for the honeymoon to last? (18 Apr 2001)
  12. 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)
  13. Can you please tell me the reason for a a C-peptide? (2 Apr 2001)
  14. Could I be going into a belated honeymoon period? Is this due to my total change of life style? (5 Mar 2001)
  15. 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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