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Re: [IP] terrified of lows



Brian

I don't read #'s the same way everyone else does as I'm in Canada, my lowest
was 1.7 and did not pass out.  A "low" here is 3.4 or lower.  Your message
caught my eye because of the subject line.  I am terrified of lows and avoid
it at all costs.  I let myself run high because I'm too "busy" to be running
low all of the time.  At a clinic once a fellow patient lost consciousness
as we were listening to a lecture.  It made me hysterical.  I had to leave
the room.  It was the first time I realized how in denial I am about the
realties of this disease.

Patty Anne
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Saturday, March 16, 2002 10:35 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] terrified of lows


> >Does anyone remember what they were before going unconscience?
>
> Never passed out from a low blood sugar out of the 10 years I have had
> D.  lowest BG (that I tested) was 18.
>
>
> Brian Carter
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