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Re: [IP] questions?



I disagree with Corky!
Having a bs of 71 before going for a run requires a snack of some sort!

If Meg was hungry (item 3), I would suggest an extra bolus with the meal.
Waking up high after a bad dream sounds like a hypo to me!

;-)
Cheers
Peg W


----- Original Message -----
From: "Corky Courtright" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Saturday, April 13, 2002 7:21 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] questions?


> I Would!  YMMV!
>
> 1. Do nothing.
> 2. Do nothing.
> 3. Take a corrective bolus for the 309, not eat till afternoon, and test
my
> basal rate for the time period in which my BS rose to the 309.
>
> Tnx, Corky
>
> At 03:59 PM 4/13/2002 -0700, you wrote:
> >1. It's been raining all day. it finally quit, it's
> >4PM I want to get my 3 mile run in. I test, BS is 71.
> >What do you do?
> >
> >2. I wake up at 2PM, BS is 82. Any action required?
> >
> >3. I wake up late, BS 309(think brought on by bad
> >dream), either eat now or won't have a chance until
> >early afternoon. Suggestions?
> >
> >Just wondering how others would handle these
> >situations. meg
> >
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