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Community Q&A: Diabetic Patients’ Questions and Answers

Is it possible for my pancreas to recover and return to a normal state after an early onset diabetes diagnosis? Can the underlying defect eventually resolve?

While it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized guidance, it’s important to note that early intervention and proper management of diabetes can significantly improve your overall health and potentially lead to better glucose control. However, diabetes is typically a chronic condition, and the pancreas may not fully heal or return to a completely normal state once damage has occurred. The underlying defect in diabetes involves issues with insulin production or utilization, which may not completely go away but can significantly improve. Nonetheless, with certain changes based on modern recent research and careful monitoring, individuals can effectively manage diabetes and lead a healthy life. One can even reverse diabetes scientifically known as remission. There is research that remission can continue for even more than 10 years. Your healthcare provider can offer specific recommendations and strategies tailored to your situation. You can join our program as well where doctors and coaches will monitor and guide you.

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