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Re: [IP] testing in cold weather/Exercise basals



It just shows how different we all are. All I have to do is clean house and
my bg drops. When we moved this summer,the first couple of days of lifting
boxes and running up and down the steps, I went low every morning even
though I ate pancakes and did not take any insulin. During that same time, I
was running a couple of miles a few times a week and golfing about 3 days a
week so it's not like I'm a couch potato.

Have a great one,
Sue
Dx 01/29/02
Cozmo Pumping 01/07/03


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Winthrop" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, January 08, 2003 6:57 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] testing in cold weather/Exercise basals


> Sue,
>
> I've had that happen where my BG rises from dehydration,
> but this is just my normal response to exercise. The harder
> the workout, the more sharply my BG rises. About the
> dehydration, I had my BG shoot up to over 300 in the
> middle of a race in which I became dehydrated. At the
> time I had no idea what it was from - it was very frustrating
> since at the time I had no idea why.
>
> Jim
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