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Honeymoon from 2002

  1. Is there any information to support the concept that the duration of the honeymoon period in type 1 diabetes is generally longer in kids than in adolescents, young adults, or older adults? (26 Dec 2002)
  2. Is it right to quit injecting my insulin and try to maintain blood glucose in this range? (24 Dec 2002)
  3. Does no honeymoon period make diabetes worse? Could we have done something to avoid the onset of diabetes? (30 Oct 2002)
  4. Is my daughter still in the honeymoon phase? If so, when will we know it has ended? (21 Oct 2002)
  5. What causes the honeymoon period to end? (7 Oct 2002)
  6. Do lows always happen during the honeymoon period? When should I be checking my son's sugars in the night? (22 Jul 2002)
  7. Should we get my daughter's antibodies tested now? If she is negative, does that mean she might have type 2 diabetes? (9 Jul 2002)
  8. Is it possible that my daughter was misdiagnosed? (2 Jul 2002)
  9. Could starting insulin so early have "kicked" my daughter's pancreas to continue working? Might her demand never greatly increase? (24 Jun 2002)
  10. Personally, I do not like the whole idea of the honeymoon phase. Is there any way to expedite the killing of my beta cells? (18 Apr 2002)
  11. What is the longest documented honeymoon period? (8 Apr 2002)
  12. Would this be the honeymoon stage? (3 Apr 2002)
  13. When my daughter seizes and loses consciousness, what does it do to her physically and mentally? How long does the honeymoon period last? (1 Apr 2002)
  14. Could my daughter just be going through her honeymoon period? Is there a possibility that she could have type 2 diabetes? (18 Mar 2002)
  15. How will I know when my daughter is coming out of her honeymoon stage? (17 Feb 2002)
  16. My blood sugars were are getting outrageously low even when I ate whatever I want, so now I am not taking insulin. (15 Feb 2002)
  17. Is the honeymoon phase a good thing or am I getting excited for nothing? Is it at all possible that she may be able to come off her insulin at some point? (9 Feb 2002)
  18. When I was diagnosed, I could never keep my sugars down, and now I can never keep them up! How long will this last? What can I do? (28 Jan 2002)
  19. Is my daughter in another honeymoon phase? (14 Jan 2002)

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