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Re: [IP] Help needed please



 My basal rate at 12:00am is 0.9 until 4:00am it changes to 1.2. until 8:00am
when it goes to 0.6 for most of the day. I finally figured this out after going
to bed around 100 and waking up at 7:00 or 8:00 near 200 or more.

Kathie

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 > On Jul 31, 2017, at 8:25 PM, Pam Brown
<email @ redacted> wrote:
> 
 > Besides everyone else's suggestions (dawn phenomenon, lying on the sites,
scar
> tissue, etc.), one other thing to consider if whether you ate an unusually
> high fat or high protein dinner. If I have too much of either at dinner, my
> blood sugars will rise overnight. They say high fat meals can cause a rise
> even the next day. Pam
> 
 > <I have a problem I haven't had before in all the years I've been
pumping.When
> I go to bed, my BG is normal; the other night 90.B  When I wake up in
> the morning, after eating nothing all night, my BG is in the upper 180s or
> higher.B  I upped my basal, but it had no effect.B  Does anyone have any
> suggestions about what's going on?B  (I'm on Medicare, so of course I don't
> have sensors.)>
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