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Honeymoon from 2006

  1. Since his diagnosis and commencing insulin, my son's had low blood sugars. Is it possible that there is another reason for that initial high blood sugar? (21 Dec 2006)
  2. Is it normal to have wide variations in one's blood sugar during the honeymoon period? Since I'm having post-breakfast lows, could I stop taking my NovoMix 30? (21 Dec 2006)
  3. Since his diagnosis a week ago, my son has been ill and having low blood sugars. Is he entering the "honeymoon" phase? Do we need to adjust his insulin? (14 Dec 2006)
  4. Diagnosed four years ago, my niece runs low when sick, even when taking less insulin.Could she still be in her honeymoon? (6 Dec 2006)
  5. My son was just diagnosed two weeks ago. Now, we are reducing his insulin due to lows. Is this his honeymoon period? (5 Dec 2006)
  6. Should a person be treated with insulin during the honeymoon phase? Based on my history, am I really in the honeymoon? Could I not have diabetes? (7 Nov 2006)
  7. Why can't everyone maintain excellent control for life if they take their insulin, count carbohydrates and do what they are supposed to be doing? With higher blood sugars, is my son's honeymoon ending? (23 Oct 2006)
  8. Diagnosed 19 months ago, my daughter has excellent control so the doctor suggested we stop insulin. Her blood sugars are still in range, but is this stressing her pancreas? (2 Oct 2006)
  9. Since my diagnosis a year ago, I've had good control. Will things remain this way? Have I had good control all along because I have been in my honeymoon? (1 Sep 2006)
  10. At diagnosis for type 1, my C-Peptide level was 0.2. What are the ranges? How do I know if I am in my honeymoon? (31 Aug 2006)
  11. In his honeymoon, we are to give our son NPH with Humalog for high blood sugars only. Would it make more sense to give Humalog with meals? Should we try Lantus? (29 Aug 2006)
  12. How long can the honeymoon phase last? If he has good control now, will my son continue to have good control? Or, is this related to his honeymoon? (2 Aug 2006)
  13. Our five year old has had symptoms of diabetes, but an inconclusive glucose tolerance test. No one has given us a diagnosis. Could she be in her honeymoon? (16 May 2006)
  14. What is a typical C-Peptide is for someone in the honeymoon period? (13 May 2006)
  15. I was diagnosed with type 1 16 months ago. Without taking insulin, my last three A1cs were normal. How long can I go on without insulin? (5 Apr 2006)
  16. Diagnosed recently, my son was on Levemir and Humalog. His new doctor said to stop Humalog, that my son is in "remission." Is this regimen appropriate? (4 Mar 2006)
  17. Are there any documented cases of people with type 1 having some permanent level of islet cell function, even years later? Could my son be in his honeymoon? (17 Feb 2006)
  18. During the honeymoon, is it better to stop insulin or keep injecting it at a lower dose to preserve beta cells? I've seen studies about both. (17 Feb 2006)
  19. Eight months after diagnosis, my daughter was still producing some insulin. Is this her honeymoon? Might she produce enough insulin when her growth stops? (29 Jan 2006)
  20. My son continues to have good control, almost four years after diagnosis. Could he still be in his honeymoon? Or, could he have another type of diabetes? (9 Jan 2006)

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