I haven't used any hormones other than insulin, and passed the menopause several years ago, but I suppose it's possible the insulin could be a factor. I so wish I could get off the stuff. It's the only medication I haven't been able to dump.
It is always possible that the diabetes is parasite induced, so getting them under control might help that. Another poster with parasites mentioned she had got rid of her liver/pancreas flukes and her diabetes had gone, but she didn't say how she had achieved that!
I do feel that the insulin/diabetes thing may well be a self-perpetuating cycle. Although I already eat very low carb and virtually Sugar free, I still have to take more insulin than I would wish and it progressively seems to work less effectively as time goes on. Makes me wonder whether my body does produce some insulin, but the parasites manage somehow to render it inert.
If they can neutralise digestive enzymes and lower stomach acidity then I wouldn't put it past them....