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Re: [IP] confusing numbers!



Molly,
Assuming that your basal rate is set correctly, did you engage in any 
physical activity?  That can be seen in your bs many hours later.
Another thing to consider any boluses, square waves before 5:30 that 
could cause your bs to fall...

 

Molly Rankin wrote:

> here's a summary of my BS numbers this evening. any explanations would 
> be appreciated...
>
> 5:30 (dinner)-- BS of 114. Ate 85 g. carb and bolused my normal ratio 
> to cover a salad, 1/2 p.b. sandwich and bottle of gatorade.
>
> 7:10-- Felt low and tested at 46! Treated low with a juice box and 4 
> peanut butter crackers.
>
> 7:45-- BS of 65. Ate 1/2 a pb&j sandwich and 7 mini oreos. Bolused .7 
> to cover the extra carbs I technically didn't NEED with the cookies.
>
> 8:45-- BS of 66. Ate a handful of Skittles and 1/2 cup of juice.
>
> 10:00-- BS of 125 (FINALLY!)
>
> 11:30-- BS of 267. AHH!!!!!!
>
> what might be going on here??!?!
>
> ~ molly, 22, dx. 1982, pumping 6 weeks
>
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