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[IP] Stuck




> Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2000 20:45:18 -0700
> From: "john mahan" <email @ redacted>
> Subject: Re: [IP] Lunch BGs gone awry
> 
> PLEASE TAKE ME OFF THE E-MAIL LIST1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> 
> 
> Pat Mahan
> 
> 
> 
> - ----- Original Message -----
> From: <email @ redacted>
> To: <email @ redacted>
> Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2000 5:13 PM
> Subject: Re: [IP] Lunch BGs gone awry
> 
> 
> > Are your AM activities the same?  Being less active in the morning could
> > possibly have this affect.  Also make sure you aren't dehydrated before
> > eating your lunch that could also effect your bloodsugar.  Hope you
> figure
> > out what's going on.
> >
> > Linda
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> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 21:27:33 -0400
> From: Mark Capozzoli <email @ redacted>
> Subject: [IP] Re: Golf
> 
> Hello Marilyn--
> 
> I have found that with activities such as golf or cycling where you tend
> to burn many calories per hour you must replenish those calories.  I
> know that is obvious but what happens all too much is you will wait
> until it is too late and suffer the lows. BTDT.  Have your son carry
> quick acting snacks such as fruit and glucose tabs.  Here is what I must
> do to ride 40 miles on the bike.
> 
> Eat a good size meal maybe 100 carbs.  Bolus 50% for the meal or less. 
> Reduce my basel 50%.  After 45 minutes I will stop and test.  If I am
> anywhere near 125 or lower and I will treat myself to a light snack and
> continue snacking every 30 minutes.  Now this is for biking and I ride
> hard.  He will have to experiment but there is no reason to try and play
> 18 holes without snacking a few times IMHO.  It'll help keep his energy
> level up too.
> 
> Good Luck,
> Cap
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> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 18:38:49 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Sherree Liggett <email @ redacted>
> Subject: Re: [IP] Re:Cold all the time.
> 
> Jenny S,
> What is graves disease?
> I'm going to have another thyroid test tomorrow.
> 
> sherree
> - --- Jennifer Sutherland <email @ redacted> wrote:
> > Sounds like me with the grave's dz..
> > Pommy Mommy.
> > Jenny S.
> 
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> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 22:10:21 EDT
> From: email @ redacted
> Subject: Re: [IP] Need help,  i've got the insurance blues...
> 
> In a message dated 7/24/00 8:12:09 PM US Eastern Standard Time, 
> email @ redacted writes:
> 
> << ."The maximum per Insured for all medical
>  > aids (Prosthetic Devices, orthotic appliances, and Durable Medical
>  > Equiptment) is $2000. per calendar year, not to exceed a total of
>  > $10,000. per Insured, while this Policy is in effect."
>  
>  Depends on whether or not your state requires mandatory coverage for 
>  diabetes supplies. Might be a statuatory requirement that will get 
>  you around it. >>
> 
> Even in states that mandate coverage for diabetes supplies, there are 
> companies -- such as those that fall under ERISA -- that are exempt from 
> state mandates.
> 
> Jan and Elvis
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> 
> Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 22:06:14 -0400
> From: "Melissa Howell" <email @ redacted>
> Subject: [IP] NO DELIVERY ALARM...HELP
> 
> Boy, has it been a weekend.  I have been flying high and low and can not
> get
> stabilized.  I went to bed saturday night high woke up 3 am low.  Then
> Sunday night went to bed with a bg around 370.  Bolused and went to bed,
> changed site also.  Woke up at 3am at 405!!  Bolused and woke up this
> morning at 140.  Ate my usual slim fast breakfast which I bolused for.  2
> hours later I was in the 300's.  I bolused and my MM508 alarmed a NO
> DELIVERY alarm.  I calmed down after a few minutes because I  knew that I
> didn't have a back up set with me.  I had plenty of insulin because I just
> changed the site last night.  I pressed ACT and rebolused and everything
> worked fine.  I have been high the whole day.  I got home and changed my
> site and now going to bed at 393.  I am fighting a urinary trac infection
> but things like this rarely bother my bg levels.  Does anyone have any
> ideas
> of what might cause the NO DELIVERY alarm...I have never had this happen
> in
> my 6 years of pumping.
> 
> Melissa and pumpy (who is a lil under the weather today)
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> 
> Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 22:20:23 -0400
> From: Todd Beall <email @ redacted>
> Subject: Re: [IP] Need to Vent
> 
> <part of original post>
> <he says "Oh, you got sugar?"  and then he tells me to "stay away from
> the insulin, that stuff's dangerous, just take the pills and
>      watch what you eat.">
> 
> Hi Matt,
> 
> I do hope that you set him straight (in a nice, but informative, way!).
> He could actually do someone harm with "advice" like that (someone new
> to Type 1 diabetes). He needs to know that there are two types of
> diabetics, etc., etc.
> 
	The new understanding I now have about glucose sticking on protein,
and glycosylation and crosslinks....
	certainly gives brand new meaning to the song  "Stuck on You!"
Listen to it next time it comes on with this in mind.  

	Bonnie Richardson
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