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Re: [IP] low sugars



Laura my CDE advised me to always shoot for a blood sugar of 120 at bedtime to
prevent a low at night. Maybe you ought to eat something before bed especially
if you usually contine to drop at night due to a higher basal rate. Sheila

Lob wrote:

> Hi all -
>
> I have a question for you all - today I've been running low all day,
> because I miscounted carbs at breakfast and lunch (grr...math =) ) and now
> I'm at 96 and on the way up but I still feel totally wiped out and my lips
> are kind of tingly ... I'm sure you all know the feeling! Anyway, I really
> want to go to bed now but I'm nervous about getting low again - I feel like
> I've eaten a lot today and I'm not hungry at all ... do you think I should
> have a snack? I'm just afraid of waking up at like 320 or something ...
> Thanks.
>
> -Laura
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