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Re: [IP] RE: Hypo Unawareness

       I have found that I get symptoms froms lows if I drop too quickly 
(for example, if I overestimate a bolus), but if my basals are off and I 
drop gradually, I won't get symptoms until I hit about 40, if at all.  As 
with everything, YMMV!

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>To: email @ redacted
>Subject: [IP] RE: Hypo Unawareness
>Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 06:42:43 EDT
>Hi All,
>I have heard a lot mentioned about hypo unawareness, and how running your 
>higher for a while should correct the problem.
>My question is this - I often find myself between 2.1 (37) and 3.5 (63)
>without any symptoms of a low. However, my levels aren't all that good at 
>moment (I have been pumping for only 3.5 months) and I am generally up and
>down all the time.
>Over the last few days, I have bounced between 17 (303) and 2.1 (37)
>constantly. (Basic miscalculations of carbs,  overcompensation for lows, 
>I think, general bad luck!!!).
>With all this variation, why do I get symptoms some times, and not others?
>Thanks for any help,
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