I heard a doctor from KU interviewed on a news show Saturday morning talking about research in diabetes. The doctor said that there is a "honeymoon period" with diabetes treatment. My question is, is it typical for medications to work for a short time and then a change will be needed? I'm wondering what to expect. Have some of you who've been on meds for a few years experienced this? My numbers were really high when I was diagnosed with my A1C being 11.7%. I've been a little concerned that maybe I should've been on insulin right away. I hope to never have to go on insulin, however.
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