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Re: [IP] Re: forgetfulness

Thanks for your e-mail it reminds me that I have forgotten my breakfast
bolus this morning. Luckely it just 8:50.

I dont think any other comments are nessesary form me.

Erik Wold

E-mail private: email @ redacted 

> From: email @ redacted
> To: email @ redacted
> Cc: email @ redacted
> Subject: [IP] Re: forgetfulness
> Date: 17. desember 1997 06:46
> Sissy~ I have read that forgettfulness is just one more thing that we can
> add to the ever growing list of things that we can blame on the Big D.  I
> too have gotten so excited to eat that I forget to bolus.   Someday soon
> the FDA will approve the minimed glucose sensor and we will have a closed
> loop system.  Michelle
> On Tue, 16 Dec 1997 15:25:20 -0500 (EST) email @ redacted writes:
> >Hi!
> >I have a question for everyone.
> >How many of you have forgotten to bolus at a meal?
> >
> >today I did at breakfast. when I checked my BG art lunch, I was 
> >shocked at
> >the 325. It hit me right away, I bet i forgot the breakfast bolus. 
> >when I
> >checked my last bolus, it hadn't been at breakfast. Boo on me.
> >there have been other times that i remembered half way through a meal 
> >that I
> >had forgotten.
> >
> >It must be because I wait until the meal is ready to bolus, and then I 
> >am so
> >excited about eating it, I completely forget. After all, I had been
> >injectiong for over 43 years. Now how can I forget that I need insulin 
> >before
> >eating? Maybe it's just more of those "senior moments" 
> >happening......gosh, I
> >hope not. Or maybe it's Altzheimers setting in.
> >
> >Sissy
> >