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Re: [IPk] no delivery alarms



You probably had another hypo after breakfast as your levels were still a
bit low from the 3.2. Did you take the breakfast bolus on a sqaure wave ?

----- Original Message -----
From: Diana Maynard <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2001 12:45 PM
Subject: [IPk] no delivery alarms


> or perhaps that header should have been "no no delivery alarms".
> It seems that my problem was indeed caused by dodgy reservoirs, as I've
started
> the new box and everything seems to be fine. Except I had increased my
> overnight basal because I was getting high morning Bgs, and now that my
pump is
> delivering properly again, I didn't need the increased basal, so I woke up
this
> am with a BG of 3.2, corrected the hypo, had breakfast, only to find
myslef at
> 2.1 as I was about to leave for work! Still, it gave me the chance to go
back
> to bed till I felt better (one of the joys of working in a university with
> total flexi-time!).
>
> I shall be takingthe box of old reservoirs back to the hospital and having
> swords with them!  Swords? I meant words, but maybe swords is about right!
> Especially after I spent several days with Bgs in the teens trying to fix
the
> problem.
>
> Di
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