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Re: [IP] Low feeling/not low

I also get the feeling that I am going very low when in fact I am not low at
all but just dropping very fast.  I have learned that I need to test when I
thnik there is a problem so that I do not over react to what I think are low

I>I get the feeling like i'm low... the meter tels me i'm 85...the feeling
>doesn't go away, an hour and a half later, I give up, eat, and check (all
>at once) and i'm 60.  At the same time, I will put off a meal or two,
>sleep in till noon, etc etc... check my bg when I want to eat and its
>like 45 and I'm feeling hungry but not low.  My question is this, has
>anyone else noticed that you feel low when the sugar is dropING quickly,
>and have a harder time picking up a low if you settle into it slow?  When
>I bolus a meal, eat, the sugars go up, and come down, typically pretty
>fast.  I feel 'high' on the way up (yet I get to only a whopping 170 i'm
>still a newbie to a pump...so this is fantastic for me) and then drop
>like a rock back to 80 or below...I feel high while its rising fast, and
>low while its falling fast...but i'm not actually high or low.  Anyone
>else notice this?
>James Lyons
>University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science
>Computer Science Engineering Class of 2000
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