Hello all, I am creating this thread as I thought maybe reaching out to the wider community may be able to answer some questions. I'll apologise in advance if it comes across as a rant and for giving you all half of my life story. I have been diagnosed as a Type 1 for around 2 months now, but my main question is, can you be completely misdiagnosed as a diabetic, and no I don't mean mistaking Type 1 for 2 or vice versa, but completely rule out being a diabetic? In terms of my insulin intake, I am taking around 6 units of basil insulin a day, and have been doing so for the last 3 weeks, no doubt it will come across as arrogant, but this has been purely titrated through my own decision, as no one has told me to reduce my doses otherwise, where it would have stood at the original 15 basil and 9 rapid acting, only to give me too low of blood sugars if I carried on this way. My HBA1C is due next month, averaging at least a sub 7% from the original 12.8% just 2 months ago when first diagnosed. In terms of contact from my nurses, all I have been told is my GAD test came back negative (which I know people will just reply with "there are loads of false negatives and a negative result doesn't mean anything") and that I am stil in a "honeymoon period", which quite frankly I'm sick to death of hearing, as no one can ever provide a clear answer as to how long it lasts, and if its just another way for medical personnel to keep people from asking questions. I got diagnosed 3 weeks after receiving my Astrazeneca vaccine (diabetes for an under 30 receiving this vaccine is the last thing that came to mind!) in which I strongly believed to be the trigger for all of this. Is it possible for someone to become temporarily hyperglycemic due to the immune system being attacked, and as a result created a temporary hyperglycemic incident, showing all of the symptoms to that of an undiagnosed diabetic? From the digging around and the forums I have been reading, I can't find anything that relates to what's bothering me, and everything in the diabetes world is very black and white. There's no grey area, like you're told you have diabetes, there's not other explanation so get on with it. Maybe I'm in denial, and don't want to believe all of this, but to put everything at rest, surely there is something that can be proven to me in physical writing that I have Type 1 diabetes. Thank you for taking the time to read all of this, and I hope maybe someone can help me or give me some sort of advice.