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  1. Diagnosed last August, my son was negative for antibodies, is now off all insulin. Can you tell me your thoughts about the doctor's recent recommendations? (12 Apr 2016)
  2. Recently diagnosed, we keep reducing our toddler's insulin to prevent lows. If we continue to reduce it, might this stress his remaining pancreatic function? (13 Jan 2016)
  3. Can someone go in and out of the honeymoon? Sometimes our daughter needs no insulin for weeks, then needs daily shots for a few weeks, then no insulin, etc. (23 Dec 2013)
  4. My teen son required several treatments for a low blood sugar two days ago. Since then, his blood sugars have been running higher than usual. Does this signify the end of the honeymoon? (30 Apr 2013)
  5. Diagnosed two weeks ago, my son's blood sugar was 360 mg/dl [20 mmol/L] two hours breakfast. We have been told to change his insulin dosage. Is this normal? (26 Nov 2012)
  6. Diagnosed 16 months ago, my son no longer needs insulin. Is it common to have a honeymoon this long after diagnosis? (30 Oct 2012)
  7. My son was recently diagnosed. Will controlling his diabetes get easier or harder once he's fully dependent on insulin? (16 Mar 2011)
  8. Is it possible to go through the honeymoon twice? My daughter is going through a phase in which she needs much less insulin. (3 Mar 2011)
  9. Diagnosed in September, my son is having low blood sugars. He is eating extra carbohydrates without insulin to avoid lows. Should he still be getting insulin?. (13 Dec 2010)
  10. My grandson is in a four year honeymoon during which he eats a very low carbohydrate diet and exercises. His recent fasting blood sugar was 117 mg/dl [6.5 mmol/L]. What do you think of this situation? (30 Nov 2010)
  11. This week, my daughter has had unexplained high blood sugars. How do I know if the insulin pen is malfunctioning or her honeymoon is ending? (9 Aug 2010)
  12. My daughter has had diabetes for six years. Recently, she has been consistently low. Is she in her honeymoon period? (15 Mar 2010)
  13. Diagnosed a month ago and on Lantus, my toddler experiences a rise in his blood sugar from around 10 p.m. to 3 a.m., then is back in range in the morning. Why is this happening? (7 Jan 2010)
  14. My blood sugar has averaged 110 mg/dl [6.1 mmol/L] for about six weeks without insulin. Am I still in my honeymoon? Do I still have diabetes? (24 Nov 2009)
  15. My son is having lows while in his honeymoon and not taking insulin. Should he have some additional testing? (9 Nov 2009)
  16. My recently diagnosed granddaughter has had tummy pain for months. Celiac testing was negative. Can she still be experiencing tummy pain due to "honeymoon period"? (26 Sep 2009)
  17. Is it possible for the honeymoon period to come and go? (7 Sep 2009)
  18. Is it possible for the honeymoon to last for "years?" If we keep our son on a lower carbohydrate diet, thus requiring less insulin, might this prolong the honeymoon? (22 Jun 2009)
  19. 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)
  20. Recently diagnosed, my daughter is experiencing huge swings in her blood sugar. What is happening to her body when this happens? (8 May 2008)

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