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Re: [IPk] nasty hypos (Mark II)

I agree Elizabeth.

I heard about a girl at Uni who had her lecture times changed so she could 
eat on schedule.



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>Reply-To: email @ redacted
>To: email @ redacted
>Subject: Re: [IPk] nasty hypos (Mark II)
>Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 16:44:36 +0000
> >But then I'm not a "good diabetic". It's now 4.30pm and I haven't had
>anything to eat all day, because I didn't feel like it this morning (and
>I'd had a lot of food the night before) and I literally haven't had time
>since then to eat.
>Slap my wrists for me :-)
>But surely you've matched your insulin to your not-food (ie, not had any
>bolus), thereby keeping your BGs on an even keel - or as even as they get
>the day after a hypo like that. And that mean you're providing excellent
>control of your diabetes. _Have_ to eat!  Ha! I spit on [insert favourite
>insult, such as 'consultants'] who say people with diabetes _have_ to eat.
>Grr Grr Grr ...I have clinicn on Mondya, so I'll be throwing around the 'C'
>word a lot over the next while!
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