Honeymoon from 2009
- 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)
- My son is having lows while in his honeymoon and not taking insulin. Should he have some additional testing? (9 Nov 2009)
- 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)
- Is it possible for the honeymoon period to come and go? (7 Sep 2009)
- 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)
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