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Re: [IP] Re: high bs vs. low bs



>I never feel a low, so I can never tell without checking (and I've had 
>some *major* surprises, let me tell you!).  As for highs, I generally 
>don't feel them either, unless its caused by something (like an illness) 
>then I get that funny keytone taste in my mouth.  Actually, I have had 
>some pretty scary surprises on both ends of the scale.
>
>Is that going to change once I start pumping?

Yes it well may change. In my case anyone can look at a plot of BGs over 
time and clearly tell where I started pumping based on when the occurrence 
of high and low spikes decreased dramatically. That change was much more 
visible than the slow change in average value.

Pat
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