Who has recieved a type 1 diagnosis after age 40?

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I was diagnosed in January of 2009 at the age of 59.

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Did this seem strange to any doctors you had? How did you find out? How was your health before hand? I hope you dont mind me asking so many questions.

My primary caught it at my annual physical as my fasting number was quite high. She had me test for a week and all readings were high. She put me on oral meds because of my age, assuming I was T2. But, she also immediately made an appointment for me with a CDE in the same practice who confirmed I was T1. I had been very tired, run down, drinking, peeing constantly. I knew the symptoms of T1 as I had a T1 uncle, but honestly thought I was too old to get it. So it isn't just Drs. that are clueless.

September 2009 age 57

I believe this is actually more common than believed. There was recently a WSJ article on this - http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444840104577553462450....

Type 1 at age 50. There has been lots of discussion about this in the LADA group.

I didnt know. I am all new to this. Thank you

Overwhelming, I know. Check out the discussions when you get a chance. You can learn so much here as well as get plenty of support. Good luck.

2005, at age 55. Not properly diagnosed until 2011!

October 2009 at 49; zero family hx of T1 but riddled with T2s. Figure THAT one out...

went from being T2 to being T1 at age of 55.

February 2007, I was 60

I'm the only T1 in the family

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