LADA and MODY from 2004
- Do my symptoms fit the diagnosis of type 1? How often are people my age diagnosed with type 1? (28 Dec 2004)
- The doctor thinks my daughter may be insulin resistant. Is this possible even if she is not overweight? Could she develop type 2 or PCOS after puberty or could it still be MODY? (8 Dec 2004)
- Diagnosed with type 1 in the summer of 2003, my daughter was later said to have intermittent hyperglycemia. Should she have a GTT? Could she have hypoglycemia? (16 Nov 2004)
- Diagnosed with pre-diabetes, I am healthy and not overweight. Did I get this because of my family history? Should I get tested for type 1.5 or LADA? (14 Nov 2004)
- I take oral medications for type 2. I am concerned that I am a prospective LADA. Will the pills damage my pancreas or should I begin insulin soon? (20 Oct 2004)
- Two years ago, I was diagnosed with LADA. After four months, I was able to discontinue insulin. My A1c has remained normal. What could be going on? (30 Sep 2004)
- My younger daughter may have Glomerulocystic Kidney Disease, which involves MODY5. Where can I find information about MODY5? (26 Sep 2004)
- I am a 52 year old woman and I was recently diagnosed with type 2, but I am very thin and athletic. Could it be type 1 or something else? (29 May 2004)
- Is there a honeymoon period in LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults)? (23 May 2004)
- With positive GAD antibodies, I was rediagnosed to LADA. Can you explain about the GAD antibody test? How many type 2s really are LADA? (14 Mar 2004)
- Is there a relationship between chicken pox and type 1 diabetes? (22 Feb 2004)
- I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes one year ago. How could I have gone from no medications a year ago to needing several? (20 Feb 2004)
- Two of my sons, ages 10 and 15, and I were recently diagnosed with MODY2 Glucokinase. (5 Jan 2004)
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