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Re: [IP] Shivers after a Hypo

Hey Buddy, how about if you find a doc to inject you with some of the
hormones we get to deal with once or twice a month, and it might not matter
how well you count those CHO's.  My doc has gotten on my case because I want
to always "engineer" my body to work as I (and the books) say it issupposed
to.  Sometimes life is not that simple!!  I've never met a dietician who can
beat me on carbo counting, but I get some dreadful lows sometimes.  I
experience the extreme hypothermia then, but have never had the sweating
happen that some have referenced.  Take care (you too Buddy -- you don't get
the feminine priveliges either -- ha ha),
dx'71, MM507 1/98, Humalog
-----Original Message-----
From: Buddy Barber <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: March 30, 1998 09:05 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Shivers after a Hypo

> I just use it to warm up after the hypos.  I wrap myself in it
>>for about 20 minutes while I'm snarfing a snack or drinking juice.
>>Works well.  Brings the body temp up quickly.
>>Becky D.
>    How about you do a better job of calculating your CHO's and you might
>not need the electric blanket?
>Buddy '-)   email @ redacted
>To feel any better I would have to be twins!
>Insulin-Pumpers website   http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/

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