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Re: [IP] Being cold after an insulin reaction
As for getting cold.... I always get cold when my bg goes under 80....... I
use this as one of my first warnings that I need to test for levels.....
When I eventually crash after ignoring the signs I can get very cold....
some times to the point of needing to go back to bed and under the
blankets..... But interesting enough I am farther south ..... Ft Lauderdale
Saras old stomping ground...... man has this area got her marks on it
!!!!!!!!!!!!! there are a few Endo's with scars........
down here all of the old folks waiting for GOD to get them are wearing coats
anyway so I don't stand out......
Good Luck and stay warm
Dave Brockman.....NOW A HOMEOWNER !!!!!!!.
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From: Amilcar Vazquez <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: Tuesday, March 31, 1998 3:18 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Being cold after an insulin reaction
>Thought I'd throw my 2 cents in on this issue. I thought that I was the
>only person I knew who had this problem; it amkes me feel a little
>better to know it's not my imagination. I have gotten chills with low
>BG's for over 24 years now, and have to throw on a jacket or sweater to
>feel a little better.
>This was fine in Northern Virginia, but looks a little odd in Orlando,
>where I live now, especially in the summer. However, I just do what I
>need to feel better, which is the important issue.
>Regards to all,
>Amil Vazquez Jr.
>Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/
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