Re: [IPp] Your thoughts please....
On Mon, 19 Jun 2006, Cheryl wrote:
> I would say maybe the high temps?? I know Stephanie has had a normal BS
> and one time last summer it was about 100 degrees out and we were walking
> around, she said she felt sick to her stomach. We got something cool to
> drink, got her cooled down and she was fine. May not have had anything to
> do with Diabetes, perhaps just the intense heat.
Might have been dehydration / heat stroke. It happens to people not used
to the heat, particularly if your sodium levels fall a bit. I grew up in
the where the temps were ovten 110 in the shade and it was essential to
be well hydrated and have good electrolyte balance. Claminess, upset
stomach, etc... are symptoms of heat stroke. It can be quite dangerous if
not treated promptly. Basically the body loses it's ability to regulate
temperature and things quickly begin to go awry. Plenty of lemonade,
gatorade, etc.... with a pinch of salt will prevent the problem if that's
what it was.
> Mom to Stephanie, age 15, dx'd @ 4
> pumping/COZMO since Aug. 2003
> -------Original Message-------
> From: Mary Lou Miller
> Date: 06/19/06 13:50:37
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: [IPp] Your thoughts please....
> To all my "helpers"-
> We had a wierd situation yesterday when we went to the beach. Kate ate
> just before walking to the beach and I corrected and gave normal bolus. We
> walked about 5 blocks in 90 degree heat - Kate then jumped into the ocean.
> The water was COLD - probably low 60's. She was in for about 10 minutes
> having a great time. I decided to pull her out to rest for a few minutes.
> She got back to her towel and starting complaining about her stomach - she
> felt like she might vomit. I rubbed her tummy, gave her some diet soda so
> could burp and a couple of bites of turkey sandwich. BS was 133 which was
> surprising to me (she runs high after meals). She looked white as a ghost
> said her vision was off (could it have been the bright light - sea water and
> suntan lotion? - I don't know). She appeared very droopy and whiny - I let
> her lay down for about 10 minutes. When I woke her up she popped up like
> nothing ever happened. Vision was good, tummy felt fine etc.
> Trying to figure out what it was because it kind of scared me. BS coming
> too fast? Can cold water cause BS to come down quickly? I'm clueless.....
> Any thoughts are appreciated....
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