So. After 5 years and many false hopes of movement in dealing with what everyone thought was a typical T2, and being dejected with how things are going despite loads of hard work..I'm now officially not T2 but LADA. Imagine my surprise - especially when I'd had c-peptide results that were pretty high and with the previous insistence that I was barking up the wrong tree. With the GAD test, though, had one of the 3 flags come back so, not only LADA but a very slow moving one by the looks of things! And was thanked by the clinic for being persistent in asking them to do the GAD test. Basically moving from ordinary Gliclizide 80mg X2 and ordinary Metformin 500mg x3 to the slow release versions of both for the next month to determine whether I'll be on insulin by the middle of next month because it's moving so slowly and that I'm managing (albeit badly at the minute with HbA1c of 70) with diet, exercise and drugs. So-anyone else been in this situation? I feel strangely ok by it all-concerned by the fact that I'll be on insulin sooner rather than later and now released from the burden that I've been trying my damnedest to reverse something that I thought was all down to my lifestyle - I just need to deal with it. And does anyone know how I can update my profile in the mobile app?