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Honeymoon from 2008

  1. About a month ago, my son was diagnosed with type 1, but I keep needing to reduce his insulin due to low blood sugars. Could he have been misdiagnosed? (8 Dec 2008)
  2. Recently diagnosed, my daughter is experiencing huge swings in her blood sugar. What is happening to her body when this happens? (8 May 2008)
  3. How long can a honeymoon phase last? After several years with diabetes, I use very little insulin and have few highs and wonder if I could still be in my honeymoon. (9 Feb 2008)
  4. Diagnosed a month ago, my daughter is honeymooning, taking Lantus only. Is there anything I can do to help prolong her honeymoon? (14 Jan 2008)

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