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Re: [IPp] low numbers and not feeling well



Yes,
Our endo told us that when you have a stomach virus, the intestines thicken
and they do not absorb the sugar.  Hence, low blood sugars.  We usually give
things like bread and soup.

Leah
Mom to Tiff 9, dx'd 7/02


----- Original Message -----
From: "Robin Moler" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, November 10, 2003 8:46 PM
Subject: [IPp] low numbers and not feeling well


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> Has anyone's child ever had what appeared to be some kind of virus,
(feeling
> nauseus, decreased appetite, but no fever and not vomitting) with low
> numbers??? This has been going on for a few days now, on and off. I am
going
> to call the MD tomorrow, but thought I'd get feedback from anyone on here.
> thanks!!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Robin Moler" <email @ redacted>
> To: <email @ redacted>
> Sent: Monday, October 13, 2003 3:47 PM
> Subject: Re: [IPp] I know I screwed up, but help me figure this out
>
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> > our endo says not to correct for 3 hours after a bolus, because it takes
> > humalog that long to get out of their system
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Donna Barck" <email @ redacted>
> > To: <email @ redacted>
> > Sent: Monday, October 13, 2003 8:14 AM
> > Subject: [IPp] I know I screwed up, but help me figure this out
> >
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> > > Last night, we checked Meghan at 10:00 p.m.   She was 370.  Gave her a
> > > bolus.  Went back and checked = hour later, and she was 401.  Checked
> > > the pump and it was delivering insulin.  Okay, we figured bad site.
> > > Changed the site, gave her a bolus.   Checked her = hour later and she
> > > was down to 122, uh-oh dropping too fast, made her drink a juice.
> > > Checked her 15 minutes later, 28!!!.   Shot some cake gel in her cheek
> > > right away instead of trying to wake her up.   Then she woke up and
came
> > > out in the living room to eat some PB crackers and drink a little
milk.
> > > Kept her up until she was 78 and peak of insulin had passed.  It is
now
> > > 1:30 a.m.  Got up at 3:00 to check her again and she was 342.   Gave
her
> > > a bolus.  Figured I must have over treated the low.  Checked her in =
> > > hour, she reads 367.  Arrgh.  This is when it hits me that maybe we
are
> > > checking too soon and it finally dawned on me that her low earlier was
> > > probably due to too many boluses.  So I patiently wait another 20
> > > minutes and she is down to 322.  Go back to bed for an hour and a =
and
> > > get up at 6:00.   She is 266.  Give her a bolus, and go back to bed.
> > > We get up at 7:00 and she is 188.  I washed her hands after every
check
> > > to make sure it wasnt food.
> > >
> > > Okay, if you have made it through my story, HOW LONG do we need to
wait
> > > to check if she is going down after a bolus???  I am petrified of DKA,
> > > since I know it is a much greater risk on the pump.  She is on
Novolog.
> > > I never paid attention to this on injections, because I KNEW she got
her
> > > shot.   And of course, my internet was not working last night, so I
> > > couldnt come and ask for help.  So any input would help.
> > >
> > >  <mailto:email @ redacted> Donna
> > > Mom to Meghan, 7 (dx 9/28/02, Animas 10/08/03)
> > > Nicholas, 10 (science fanatic and GameCube addict)
> > > Married to Don for over 11 great years
> > > Living in Melbourne, FL
> > > www.dbarck.com
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