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Re: [IP] Re: Pancreatitis caused diabetes

 Interesting, there is showing a correlation to mono (which I had) and MS (which
I now have)......also autoimmune

Probent <email @ redacted> wrote:
  At age 35 I was set back with a case of mono. It lasted for about 2
months. At 36+ pancreatitis was diagnosed after complaints of tiredness and
a dull pain in the area of the pancreas. At 37+ the glucose tolerance test
showed some slight problems and at age 39 I started life as a fully
qualified, but totally unprepared insulin shooting T1. There have been no
insulin sensitivity problems.
There is no way to now say that mono started the slow decline but I have
read that the mono virus can start the autoimmune attacks.
Peter 1
> Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2006 09:20:47 -0700
> From: "Jerry & Kristin" 
> Subject: [IP] Pancreatitis caused diabetes
> Has anyone here had thier diabetes caused by pancreatitis? I had acute
> pancreatitis which destroyed my pancreas causing my diabetes. This has caused
> me to be ultrasensitive to insulin resulting in higher targets for my BG. Has
> anyone else had this experiance.
> Thanks
> Jerry
> .


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