Late onset Type 1 at the age of 63, although of course the original diagnosis was for Type 2.
Diagnosed Type 1 (LADA), age 46 on 10/1/11. Luckily, the NP who diagnosed me knew his stuff and immediately ordered an antibody test to confirm it was T1.
T1 Aug. 2011 at age 47
Type 1 at age 58 but was misdiagnosed Type 2 for 15 months until the pills stopped working.
Me, age 42, January 6th, 2010. Antibodies positive, still honeymooning:).
Type 1 at age 49 with a strong family history of Type 1 (including a couple diagnosed in their 30's),but no Type 2. I really thought I was too old, but fortunately my primary care doctor knew better, and started me on insulin right away. I feel very fortunate to not have been misdiagnosed.
type 1 at age 50 in 2011. No family history of T1 or T2.
sudden onset, all the classic T1 symptoms, antibody positive (ICA, GAD ), rapidly dropping
Type 1 at 40 too. 1st Type 1 in Family.
at age 42 and a half , January 1983 ..on meds ...6 weeks later on insulin ...as I recall names such as type 1 , type 2 were not used
to a great extend as done today
I was diagnosed at 47 and still unsure what type. Oral drugs did nothing and had to go on insulin within 3 years.
Diagnosed T1 at age 57.