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Re: [IP] Re: HOw do you prevent over-treating a hypo?



I too have a harder time noticing my lows when having better control.  Also
I've noticed with exercise-when I startgeting in shape- I have a higher
tolerance/less pain-major headache & upper back ache-I actually go lower
before I notice any trouble.  My thoughts are perhaps our body is stronger
therefore less effected?   Has to be a good thing right?  Carol T.
----- Original Message -----
From: jgranowski <email @ redacted>
To: Insulin Pumpers <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2001 12:52 AM
Subject: [IP] Re: HOw do you prevent over-treating a hypo?


> > I do this and did that the other night but the
> tabs had little effect.
> > After eating 12g worth of tabs each 30 minutes for
> three hours I was in no
> > state of mind ot be logical anymore.  I also
> wanted to ensure my 1.5 hour
> > drive home form the Mall would not be interupted.
>
> One other thing that I've noticed, is that when I do
> feel the low, that I often still feel affected by it
> after my bg's have returned to normal.  With the
> last low that I had, I corrected as I normally do
> and checked with my Ultra 1/2 hour later.  I was at
> 149, right where I wanted to be, but still felt
> low.  If I hadn't checked I would have over
> corrected, for sure.   It's unusual for me to feel
> most of my lows at all, maybe my unawareness is
> fading, which I doubt.  I had always known that a
> lot of lows will help cause unawareness.  Maybe
> highs have an opposite effect.  It seems that when I
> am in better control my unawareness worsens.  Lately
> I've been sick with a cold, and or flu, and have
> been running very high.
>
> --
> Jack
> email @ redacted
> --
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