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Honeymoon from 2003

  1. About 2 months before diagnosis she had a very bad flu. I have been told that this could have been the "trigger". (15 Dec 2003)
  2. Should we take my son off insulin and see what happens? (23 Nov 2003)
  3. I know that she is still going through the honeymoon period, but I'm getting hope that she might make a full recovery from diabetes. Is that possible? (19 Nov 2003)
  4. Are there any protocols for sustaining and extending the remission (honeymoon) stage of type 1 diabetes? (23 Oct 2003)
  5. How does one really confirm that the honeymoon stage is over? (16 Oct 2003)
  6. My little girl has had diabetes for over a year, and her blood sugars are not becoming somewhat stable, and I don't understand why. (25 Sep 2003)
  7. Is my daughter's pancreas working now? Is it possible for this to happen? How long will it last? (4 Aug 2003)
  8. Do you think my daughter is becoming insulin resistant or are we just experiencing the end of the honeymoon? (24 Jul 2003)
  9. Does this mean my daughter's liver is kicking out glucagon? Does this mean that her pancreas is sometimes adjusting the insulin? (22 Jul 2003)
  10. Is a honeymoon possible in neonatal diabetes? (3 Jul 2003)
  11. I am aware of people with type 1 diabetes going through the honeymoon stage, but do people with type 2 experience it? (20 Jun 2003)
  12. I am assuming my son's honeymoon period is over. How how do I know for sure? (9 Jun 2003)
  13. How many days do we go without a shot before the risk of insulin allergy becomes a concern? (5 Jun 2003)
  14. Is this his honeymoon period? With an appropriate diet, can my son stay without insulin? (27 May 2003)
  15. When was the diabetes honeymoon period made known? Who coined the phrase? (12 May 2003)
  16. Does every person with diabetes go through a honeymoon period after being diagnosed? (28 Apr 2003)
  17. My son was diagnosed nearly six months ago, and we have yet to see the "honeymoon" period everyone speaks of. Is this abnormal? (21 Apr 2003)
  18. The endocrinology department has provided very little information about possible means of prolonging or restoring beta cell functions. (21 Feb 2003)
  19. It has now been four days since my daughter had a vomiting episode and not needed insulin at meals. (15 Jan 2003)

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