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Re: [IP] Scared - long story

HI Jenny-

Thankyou  for your help and great advice.

I do keep Oj by my bedside-I didn't use it because with these sweats and
headache for the past 5 days I've have treated myself at night for a low
when I was high- honestly thought I was high.

I have an extra glucometer and I keep it in the kitchen-where I use it
daily-I keep an extra one in my purse to guarantee I will have one when out.
Now I just have to bring the kitchen gluco into my bedroom at night-until I
get a 3rd meter-actually the reason I never checked in the bedroom is
because I've always woke up with lows- and didn't want to bother my
husband's sleep-I will however put one in our attached bath and then that
way if I fall down or have to call for help I know he will hear Thanks again
Carol Teal

---- Original Message -----
From: Jennifer Sutherland <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, October 16, 2000 8:05 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] Scared - long story

, have you considered having a meter right by your bedside?

> bottle of glucose tabs at my bedside as if I need to, I can eat a few and
> back to sleep easier than having gotten out of my bed.
> Are you taking more insulin in light of the infection?

> I do hope you're feeling better today, and if you can, eat a bit of cereal
> and go back to bed for a while.  >

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