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Re: [IP] low blood sugars AAAArGGGHH!!

>     Thankfully, everybody around me does know what to do when my blood
> sugars are low. In fact, ever time we have moved to a new subdivision, we
> walk around and introduce ourselves to our neighbors and tell them , and I
> quote "If I am just wandering around, especially during the middle of the
> night, stop me and talk to me. If I act like I am in anyway drunk, either
> get me home, or take me to your house and call the ambulance." It is
> embarrassing but I would rather be embarrassed than dead! At first we told
> them to get some sugar in me, but then we got thinking, sometimes high
> sugars can cause the same signs, so that would not work.
> Cherry

But, it's more important to treat a hypo which can be quite dangerous.
Adding more sugar to a high is not a critical. You do want to avoid a
possible seizure. (~_^)

Jan (62 y/o, T-1 11/5/50, pmpg 8/23/83) & Bluda Sue (MM507C 3/99)
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