Hi everyone - Does anyone really understand the "honeymoon" phase? I know I need to ask our Endo about this, but wanted to get opinions here. I know you can use the calculation of TDD/wt in kg and if you're around .5 or less, you're supposedly in the honeymoon and if you're closer to 1.0, you're out. Andy was diagnosed 4 years ago and using the above calculation (for today's insulin), I get .6. Does this mean his body is still producing some insulin? Why would this be the case 4 years later? Usually on the weekends, he eats more carbs for breakfast so the calculation comes out to .7. I honestly don't know what this means in terms of his body's ability to produce insulin? Seems he still produces some (and I'm sure if that's true, the amount varies) but not sure when to expect it to stop altogether. Why hasn't it already? Or, since we are 4 years into this disease, are we out of the honeymoon even with .6 - .7? Thought I'd see if anyone had a similar experience or if anyone has any ideas about this? Thanks!