Have you noticed any trending over time? Reading about insulin resistance, it seems reasonable to expect that I will require larger insulin dosages over time. (That probably happens to almost everybody, diabetic and non-diabetic, alike, as we get older and heavier and less active). If that is common, then I might think of it as a, sort of, natural progression of our disease. Something that just happens as we age.
It makes me wonder what else could happen.
What is the nature of our illness over time? Sometimes I think that my blood sugar has gotten more difficult to control over the last 20 years, but then I'm not sure. Maybe I just wasn't watching it as closely before continuous sensors were invented. I wasn't as well acquainted with its behavior, then. Do blood sugars become harder to control, decade after decade? What have you noticed?
The more I learn, the more I learn that I don't know anything.