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Honeymoon from 1998

  1. My son, aged 6, has had Type 1 diabetes for 16 months. His HA1C's have been 5.9, 6.2, 5.9. 6.4 and 7.1. (24 Dec 1998)
  2. Nearly 2 weeks ago ourdaughter was diagnosed. Her pediatrician has decided that no insulin is required at this time. (28 Nov 1998)
  3. My 9 year old niece was diagnosed 3 months ago. Her insulin had to be decreased until she has gone off it totally. (21 Nov 1998)
  4. Her daily units are very low. I would like to know what are the latest advances about this type of insulin resistance. (17 Oct 1998)
  5. Please explain to me the honeymoon period. (17 Sep 1998)
  6. We were told that stress would cause her blood glucose levels to increase. Instead stress seems to lower them. (16 Sep 1998)
  7. I would like to know the longest known honeymoon period. (2 Sep 1998)
  8. Can a honeymoon happen after 11 months? (26 Aug 1998)
  9. I have read about the honeymoon phase and am wondering when it occurs. (25 Aug 1998)
  10. My 11 year old son is currently taking only N. Can you explain to me the importance of timing the injections in relation to meals? (21 Jul 1998)
  11. My son, 15 years old, developed Type 1 diabetes one year ago. He had a remission for 6 months with normal blood sugar levels. (12 Jun 1998)
  12. Could you please explain the "honeymoon" period and the advantage of giving insulin whilst he produces his own? (23 May 1998)
  13. My 4 year old son was diagnosed 10 months ago. What is the "grace" or "honeymoon" period in the initial stages of diabetes? (15 May 1998)
  14. Our son had another A1C yesterday. The result came back at 6.6. Do you feel these A1C's are indicating too tight control? (20 Apr 1998)
  15. I was diagnosed three months ago. Within two weeks I required no insulin. Is it possible to be something else (what about Type 1B)? (24 Mar 1998)
  16. One year ago my friend's child was diagnosed. He went into the honeymoon stage and his parents took him off insulin. (14 Mar 1998)
  17. My son was diagnosed one year ago. For the last 3 or 4 months it has been difficult to control his sugar. (5 Mar 1998)
  18. Have there been cases of children being diagnosed and then not requiring insulin again (i.e., having an indefinite honeymoon period)? (24 Feb 1998)
  19. My son is still in the honeymoon phase. My concern is that he is doing so well and all I keep hearing is that it will all end. (23 Feb 1998)
  20. Is it advisable during the honeymoon period that a person take no insulin? (10 Feb 98)
  21. I am not taking insulin at the moment because I am in the honeymoon period. Is it possible for blood sugars to drop below normal? (28 Jan 98)
  22. My 11 year old son seems to be in "honeymoon." How long could this stage last? Will it end abruptly or gradually? (26 Jan 98)

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