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RE: [IP] Low feeling/not low



I have had this problem as well, but what I noticed most when I went on
Humalog was that I would be extremely low with no symptoms.  While on R,
I could be at 70 and notice it, but with H, I could be at 50 and just
beginning to have symptoms.  Rachel
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> > 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
> > levels.
> > 
> > 
> > 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,
> 
> Are you using Humalog? Sounds like it. This is why a number of pumpers
> 
> have started mixing in a small amount of V or R.
> 
> Michael
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