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Re: [IP] Nighttime Sleeping raises my sugar

Melissa, sounds like a very predictable event, unless i missed something.
You snack at 8pm
and your blood sugar rises. Did you bolus for your snack????


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>  I have been doing basal testing and carb ratio testing over the last few 
> months. I have found something interesting and I wonder if anyone else
has the
>same issue.  At night, if I eat dinner at 6pm, go to bed at 10pm, my sugar
> perfect all night. If I eat dinner at 6pm, snack at 8pm, go to bed at
10pm, my
> sugar rises from 10pm - 12am by about 100pts. I have tried different
> fat), no-fat dinner, etc, so it just seems snacking after dinner makes my
>go up when I go to bed.  So, now I set a square at 930pm for 2.5 hrs and
>keeps my sugar stable all night if I have a 8pm snack.
>  I talked to a fellow pumper a few weeks ago and he noticed the same
thing. I
>am wondering how common it is.  Does anyone else have this issue?  What do
>do to solve it?
>  Also, I wanted to say thanks for the pumpers who liked my fat ratio and
>ratio knowledge that I shared last week.  It is nice to know that we can
>our knowledge on this email list and good comes out of it.  Like I said in
>original email, you have to experiement conservatively and you will be 
>surprised at how well this works!!
>Thanks - Melissa
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