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LADA and MODY from 2006

  1. Is it unusual for a person with type 1.5 or LADA diabetes to be able to achieve control through diet and exercise for over five and a half years? (28 Nov 2006)
  2. The glyburide I take for MODY is causing weight gain and nighttime lows. As a vegan, I want to try a living foods diet. Is this a good option? (28 Sep 2006)
  3. Is it normal for a type 2 patient to have C-peptide levels that are dropping about 1 point per year? Does this mean the patient has LADA, not type 2? (3 Apr 2006)
  4. Although my daughter's blood work was normal, the doctor recommended an endocrinologist and home monitoring. With some high readings, could she have MODY? (20 Mar 2006)
  5. I have MODY3. My A1c went from 6.5 to 7 in a six week period. My consultant wasn't concerned, but I am worried about highs. What is your opinion? (23 Feb 2006)
  6. My late husband died of complication at age 35. Could he have had an aggressive form of MODY? Are there any ongoing studies of it? My son has MODY-3 and I'm worried. (10 Feb 2006)
  7. We took our daughter to a specialist because of two elevated blood sugar readings. She had positive GAD antibodies, but no symptoms of diabetes. Could she have MODY? (28 Jan 2006)

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