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Re: [IP] Saw my new endo, changed my rates, I feel stoned.

I feel that way alot also...I've been diabetic for 18 years also...would
be nice to feel like I did before this disease...I think...it's been so
long ago...Michelle

On Tue, 3 Feb 1998 15:16:08 -0800 email @ redacted (Janine Shea)
>Hi, all
>As you may recall, I was in search of a pump friendly endo after it 
>out that the last new one was more into MDI.  I did ask my Minimed rep 
>he gave me some names - thanks to all who suggested that.  Sometimes I
>think my brain does not function well with diabetes related stuff!
>So I saw this guy yesterday and I like him.  He sees himself as a 
>which I think is cool.  He also found no complications, which after 18
>years of pretty much un-monitored diabetes makes me pretty happy.  
>Being on
>the pump for the last 13 years has helped a lot, I figure.
>He has totally changed my insulin.  I was on 4 schedules (1.5 - 2.2u) 
>had very low boluses, the most being 4 u.  Now I am on .8 u with 
>ranging from 4 to 16 units.  This is quite a departure for me and I am 
>of freaked out, although I do understand and agree with the underlying
>logic, that being that I am probably over-insulinized, which is why 
>calories a day and regular exercise has led to zero weight loss (I 
>lose 40 lbs, which I put on 16 years ago and have never been able to 
>I am supposed to call him every morning, so I do feel like I have a 
>good safety net, along with the ever so frequent testing.
>He suggested I try Humalog but I am wary and he is okay with that.  He 
>he was part of a research study that was published on Humalog and he 
>it is a good idea.
>Since I changed over, yesterday afternoon, I feel *very* weird.  Deep
>fatigue, sort of a low blood sugar buzz, but at 100 - 200 mg/dl and 
>sort of
>like being wrapped in cotton and the world filters through it.  I 
>this will go away.  Does anyone know if this is a body adjustment?  I 
>been on the other schedule for all of the past 13 years, so maybe it 
>It almost feels like a morphine hangover (legitimately acquired!  :')  
>is very disconcerting and it is sort of worrying me.  It is bad enough 
>I don't really trust myself to change a set right now and I *never* 
>help with that.
>Enough rambling.
>Janine, albeit in an altered state.
>Vancouver, BC, Canada
>email @ redacted

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