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rapid onset Type 1 diabetes in adults

Hi: As many of you know, I write a lot of blogs on misdiagnosis of adult-onset Type 1 diabetes (adults with new-onset T1D who are misdiagno…

Started by Melitta

255 Feb 19
Reply by Natalie ._c-

Starting Medication - Possible early LADA

You have all been so helpful when I have posted a discussion before and I just wanted your opinion, please. I know it is not medical advice…

Started by jenny1025

25 Jan 19
Reply by CQJ

Suffering from LADA on 45-15-20 units of insulin at 36 year

Hi Guys, I am suffering from LADA from from last 5 years. Now on insulin from last 3 years. I feel i am on too much insulin I take Humins…

Started by Atul

5 Jan 11
Reply by vpg

Doctors/medical community don't care that Type 1s are misdiagnosed

For 18 years, I have tried to change the mindset that Type 1 diabetes is a childhood disease, and to get people with adult-onset Type 1 dia…

Started by Melitta

78 Jan 4
Reply by Melitta

Can you change from Type 2 to Type 1?

I've always wondered if when a person that has Type 2 diabetes ends up going on insulin, no longer producing any of their own,when medicati…

Started by Susan Lopez

81 Oct 9, 2014
Reply by Brian (bsc)

Self Diagnosing LADA?

I was diagnosed as a type 1 last year at 32 years old after having the swine flu with an AIC over 10 and test showing GAD antibodies with a…

Started by MattE

18 Sep 20, 2014
Reply by Brunetta

TCOYD is having a session on LADA Diagnosed with Type 1 as an Adult

Okay, it's progress! Steve Edelman's Taking Control of Your Diabetes (TCOYD), at the November 8 meeting in San Diego (http://tcoyd.org/nati

Started by Melitta

3 Sep 10, 2014
Reply by Melitta

New a1C number 5.6 !!!!!!!!

I was dx this year in May at the hospital with BS 820 and a1C @ 15.3. Had new a1C done yesterday and it was 5.6!!!! It was a lot of work, w…

Started by John11

14 Sep 9, 2014
Reply by Melitta

Cut carbs, losing weight, but BGs rising? What's wrong with this picture?

All - I've got questions, and I know you've got the answers, or at least can point me in the right direction. I'm still on my low-carb diet…

Started by Kate

29 Sep 5, 2014
Reply by Lil~Bit

New to diabetes and frustrated

First, THANK YOU for this site! Next, I am leaving for the holiday weekend so if I do not respond to posts right away, it's because I am o…

Started by Lil~Bit

14 Sep 3, 2014
Reply by Lil~Bit

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