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Re: [IP] Alc after 1 yr. of pumping not too great

> We're just beginning to see this with Katie . . . I have a 
hard time
> figuring out when I should actually change her basal or carb ratio
> -- because it seems like just when I get ready to, she goes back to
> normal . . . For example, when we were in Hawaii she had a 10 day
> stretch where it was obvious she was have a hormore surge at night
> -- she'd go to bed at 100-120 and sometime between 11 pm and  2 am
> she'd  go up to 200-275 and would need a corrective bolus 50% higher
> than usual . . . some nights she'd only need one bolus, sometimes
> the "surge" would last 4 hours . . . Then the night I finally
> decided to do adjust her basals, she stayed right around her bedtime
> number all night long, and has been since . . .  Any hints/rules of
> thumb on when you should consider changing things (instead of just
> testing frequently and doing corrections)???
Lily's endo at the time just said to be agressive rather than timid 
with changes. This did not help at all with my hair loss :-)

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