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Re: [IPp] Re: pop-digest V1 #46

> I don't know the answer to the swimming question as we started
> pumping in December and only swim in the summer.  However,  if
> you're seeing unexplained highs and the activity is pretty intense
> (swim practice vs. playing) you might be getting highs from counter
> regulatory hormones.  This happens often when my son plays
> basketball.  He is often high afterwards, but then drops quickly, so
> I only bolus a correction to 250.  If he is under 250 I watch for
> lows.  Seems to work for us.  YMMV.

My daughter boluses before those activities when she expects the 
high. The later low is there as well but she ducks the high. A small 
medium glycemic snack with the insulin sometimes helps.
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