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[IP] Highs & Lows with heat

>  I would think that the
> first area you should investigate is, did the insulin get
> too hot for too long, was it in direct sunlight?

In the late '60s a couple of Junes in a row I ended up with hypos low enough
to put me in the ER. It was explained to me that it was Seasonal Phenomenon.
I was aware of it after that. No pump, no home BGs, no etc. But it is a YMMV
thing, definitely.
Jan (60y/o, T-1 11/5/50, pmpg 8/23/83)

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