Honeymoon from 2007
- My 38 pound daughter takes between 11.5 and 15 units daily. Is she still in her honeymoon? What should I expect when it ends? How will I know when it's over? (16 Dec 2007)
- Diagnosed with type 1 when I was in DKA, I was told to stop taking insulin because of my lows. Might I not have type 1? Could I be in my honeymoon period? (14 Jun 2007)
- Diagnosed two weeks ago, my toddler's blood sugar is often lower than 100 mg/dl [5.6 mmol/L] in the morning. Is this the "honeymoon?" (19 May 2007)
- Since her diagnosis in March, my daughter's insulin needs have dropped drastically. The doctor is unsure she has type 1 or MODY. Could this be the honeymoon? (13 May 2007)
- Last June, I was put on insulin. I have improved my lifestyle and have been able to stop taking it. Is this a honeymoon or something else? (31 Mar 2007)
- When do you know the honeymoon period is over? (18 Feb 2007)
- For the first time since her diagnosis, my daughter is having blood sugars over 200 mg/dl [11.1 mmol/L]. Is this related to her growth hormones kicking in? (9 Feb 2007)
- Diagnosed in August 2006, my daughter needed much less insulin during a recent illness. Did her pancreas speed up its insulin production? Now running high, has her honeymoon ended? (17 Jan 2007)
- For the second time since her 2005 diagnosis, my daughter's insulin amount needs to be reduced. Is this a second honeymoon or the same honeymoon? Is there something else going on? (4 Jan 2007)
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