Dx'd @ age 30, 49% of my life, 29 years and counting...
43% Diagnosed at the age of 23. 30 years with Type 1.
Diagnosed T1 at the age of 9, that was 23 years ago. So 72%.
60% for me. Diagnosed at Age 24 and I'm now 60.
76% Diagnosed T1 at age 11.
41%. Diagnosed at age 20. I'm 34 now.
74% for me. Diagnosed at 18 about to be 70.
I always remember my 36th birthday seemed important as it marked the 50% mark, from then on I was diabetic longer than non-diabetic
Dx at age 26, I'm 40 now...40% of my life.
Well, since I assume that mine is inherited, like most Type 2, 100%
Presumably you weren't diabetic at birth, though, or you'd probably be dead! I think the genes are inherited, but the actual development of diabetes (either type) doesn't necessarily happen right away.
It seems like 100% since I do not now remember life before diabetes.