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Re: [IP] exercise....



Delaine Wright wrote:
> 
>         I can most definately understand the frustration that some of us
> experience with blood sugar control / pumping & exercise.  The physiology
> of exercise (even without diabetes in the picture!) is quite
> remarkable..... and amazingly complex.   What we are attempting to do, not
> only as diabetics, but as pumpers (especially in regards to exercise)
> deserves a standing ovation & an never-ending round of applause!  If I may
> share some ex phys with those of you interested - perhaps this may make
> some of your exercise sessions a little smoother.  It may explain some of
> the seemingly inexplainable highs(?), & perhaps even a reason for the
> occasional "disappearing boluses"(?) discussed in the past on this list.

Geez Delaine, that explanation was pretty thorough.  I took a lot of
physiology, anatomy, and bio classes in college.  Your explanation
sounds pretty accurate to me.  Thanks for your post.

Good luck with the CDE Exam.

Becky D.
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Becky Draper
Hammond, WI
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