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[IP] THANKS TO ALL IPers!!
For the past 7 days my bg have been in the 2-400's. I blamed it on an
infection I have. Well, after 5 or 6 days of being high I was really gettin
down about it. Actually, I didn't even want to check my levels anymore
because it was getting depressing. And I knew that once I stopped checking
my bg's then it would become habit forming. No matter how much insulin I
gave or how much I upped my basils it was still high.
Last night, I went to bed and I was in the 390's. I had just about enough
of the darn disease. I was tired, crabby and just wore out. I checked at
2AM and I was 495!! The pressure from being so high made my eyes sting when
I opened them. I felt horrible. I was getting ready to go to the hospital
since my insulin was not working and I didn't know what to do. But I
bolused and went to bed and DREAMED OF A SALINE IV as I knew that would
lower my bg. This morning I had dropped to the low 200's so I figured I
would go to work and see how the day goes. I was really getting down about
this disease and the way it makes me feel. 7 days of highs is a heck of a
lot of stress on the body. Well I just checked my bs and it is 127!!! Here
I am so excited that I immediately told my friend at work who knows the most
about me and the diaBEASTies.
I had to tell you guys next...you all are like family to me. Know one else
will ever know what we experience except for our IP group!
I just wanted to thank everyone that replies back to questions asked and
tries to give there (2cents) in.
It does make a difference to others in the group!
The past 7 days have been h*** and there was really no advice that could
have helped get my levels down.
But just reading the posts gave me tremendous support to keep trying and not
let D get the best of me.
Thank you all
Melissa and pumpy
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