I was diagnosed with type 1

November 25, 2000

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I was diagnosed October 23, 2002. Initially, type 2 (wrong diagnosis). I am type 1.5.
we're almost twins! I was dxn october 24th- the day before my 27th birthday with LADA.
I completely missed that you're October 23rd. I am too, just 24 years earlier!
what is a type 1.5 (new to this diabetic lingo thing
My daughter Olivia was diagnosed June 12th, 2007
I was June 8 2007. We're close to twins.
December 16, 2004
Same as Manny was diagnosed type 2 but was diagnosed about 3 months ago with type 1.5
July 21, 2003

(my five year diabirthday is coming up!)
I was ten days and a year behind you ... July 31, 2004!
T2, July 16, 2002 (fasting blood glucose, put on ADA diet crossed with low-sodium diet). Officially told, and started on Glucotrol XL, July 21, 2002. For some reason, though, "July 12" keeps sticking in my brain.
Hi Gina, what do you mean by the title to this thread? Lol!

I was dx Type 1 on Sept 15, 1945. In the late 1990'2 I developed insulin resistance, a symptom of Type 2. I am now a "double diabetic" with both Type 1 and Type 2.
I think Gina is looking to see if there are any incidences of two community members being diagnosed the same month, day, and year, and possibly also the same type. So, your "diagnosis twin" would have been diagnosed 9/15/45.

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