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LADA and MODY

  1. My child may be at high risk for MODY5. Can you help me understand what this means? I have type 1; could I possibly have MODY5? (5 Apr 2015)
  2. After a diagnosis of type 1, our daughter was re-diagnosed with MODY4 and put on glyburide. Her control is good. Could she still have type 1 and be in her honeymoon? (19 Feb 2014)
  3. We have twice decreased my son's insulin since diagnosis about a year ago. The nurse suspects he has MODY. How can we determine this? (27 Dec 2011)
  4. My son has tested negative for antibodies four times. Should he have MODY testing? He has been on an OmniPod since April and needs very high doses of insulin. Is this related to puberty? (12 Oct 2011)
  5. What is the difference between MODY and type 1? What are the chances someone with MODY can take pills instead of insulin? (10 Mar 2010)
  6. Diagnosed with type 2, my doctor now suspects I have LADA. Should I consider adding another medication to my metformin? Should I consider taking insulin? (16 Nov 2009)
  7. Are there any syndromes known to include a thiamine deficiency and diabetes in children? (2 Nov 2009)
  8. I was diagnosed with type 2 in 1978, but it went away when I lost weight. Now, GAD testing indicates I have LADA. Did I really have type 2 before or did I really have LADA all along? (4 Oct 2009)
  9. My daughter has suspected MODY. Recently, her post meal blood sugars have remained elevated for several hours, despite diet/insulin. Might she have type 1? (17 Jul 2009)
  10. My sons have had elevated blood sugars. What are the odds both have diabetes? Could they have MODY? My husband was diagnosed with type 1 as an infant. (23 Jun 2009)
  11. Is it possible for it someone's blood sugar to spike really high then be normal two hours after eating? With MODY, will there always have a high blood sugar after eating? (18 Jun 2009)
  12. My daughter had hypoglycemia, which was eliminated by a dietary adjustment. Recently, it has recurred. Based on family history, should she be tested for MODY? (17 Apr 2009)
  13. Based on the following laboratory values received today, what type of diabetes might I have and how might it best be treated? (19 Dec 2008)
  14. I have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes, but my blood sugars are now in range. Could this be the honeymoon of LADA? Might I have been misdiagnosed? (11 Nov 2008)
  15. Three years ago, I was told I had type 2. Later, they said it was MODY. I am now on quite a bit of insulin. Could I have type 1 and have had a long honeymoon? (24 Sep 2008)
  16. Diagnosed with MODY 2, my son's fasting and 2 a.m. blood sugars are slightly elevated. Is there medication to help lower them? What should his A1c be? (21 Sep 2008)
  17. My doctor says I have type 1.5. Can an anti-GAD test clarify if I have LADA or MODY? (10 Sep 2008)
  18. I was diagnosed with diabetes two years ago. Oral medication did not help, so I was put on insulin. I now have good control. Do I have LADA or type 2? (31 Aug 2008)
  19. Based on my symptoms, including extreme thirst, breath smelling like Juicy Fruit gum, and a blood sugar of 956 mg/dl [53.1 mmol/L], do I have diabetes? (17 Aug 2008)
  20. My son was diagnosed with diabetes, but not put on insulin. The doctors say he might have MODY. Could this be possible or is he just in his honeymoon? (20 Jul 2008)

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