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Re: [IPk] Bad day
Oh dear, what a bad day!
I wonder why you had so much insulin for breakfast, when actually the carb
content was quite low?
I think 7 units sounds like way too much, although I don't know what your
carb/insulin ratio is.
My guess is that you went quite low from too much breakfast insulin, and
then maybe rebounded later. The blood in the tubing definitely indicates a
problem with the set and this would also have contributed to your high BGs
Hope you are now feeling better and things are back to normal!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Donald O' Donnell" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, April 14, 2002 7:55 PM
aSubject: [IPk] Bad day
> It's the Marathon
> So I got up at 8 am got ready and did myself a Jamie Oliver fry-up 2 egg's
> little/skinless sausages 1 tomato 6 large button mushrooms and 4 rashers
> low fat smoked bacon and a slice of fried bread and gave myself a bolus 7
> units as there is fat in it I thought it would be fine.
> Got back to the flat at 13:30 and my sugars were 3.2 and had a snack then
> the next thing I remembered it was 17:00 I lost 3 1/2 hours and I don't
> know if a had a hypo of did I sleep.
> The next time I did a test was 17:30 the sugars were 2.2 had a roll.
> Then at 18:00 the readings were 13 took 4 units later the readings were 22
> at 19:00 took an other 5 units now it's 19:35 reading are even higher too
> high for the meter, I am going to take an injection in fact 10 units.
> I put a new set on and had a good look at the one that was in by the way
> had changed it yesterday, what I could see in the little tubing the bit
> is in side you skin was a cloudy blood filled tubing, I haven't notice
> when I have changed the set in the past, I now have boluses .5 units for
> set, lets hope this starts to work for me.
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