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Re: [IP] shivers
I am male, and I freeze my tush off when I get a real low sugar. In fact,
half the time it is the freezing and trying to get warm that wakes me up
from a low sugar.
I never thought of taking a shower. My low sugars are usually around 4-5
AM. I just change clothes, cause my PJs are soaked with sweat, put on all
the clothes I can, and turn the electric blanket up high, after eating
something. I usually stay home from work, cause I'm so wiped out.
Since I got the pump, I haven't had any bad low sugars like this. My wife
is very grateful.
At 01:24 PM 3/31/98 -0800, Michelle Rands wrote:
>>It is interesting to me that so far only women have reported this
>>phenomenon...the 2 guys that have discussed it Barry and buddy have
>>On Mon, 30 Mar 1998 22:09:21 -0800 Ruth Elowitz <email @ redacted>
>>>Better add me to your list!! And yes, the only thing that makes it
>>>stop is the hot
>>>shower!! EXACTLY! I always thought it was only me. It does feel a
>>>hypothermic (who knows?) but I can't imagine how anyone will get it
>>>had it happen.
>>>Susan Gordon wrote:
>>>> Janine/Diane - I have the same experiences with low bgs and being
>>>> cold...as you said it IS internal! Also, a long hot shower does
>>>seem to help.
>>>> It's kind of like the thirst that goes with high bgs -- you can't
>>>> understand it unless you have experienced it! Sue Gordon
>>>email @ redacted
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