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Re: update RE: [IPk] just when you think it's all working...



Hi

How I feel for you Elizabeth.  Are the hypos at any particular time of day 
and do you have any idea what may be causing them?  I am beginning to think 
mine were very influenced by the weather.  This weekend has been much cooler 
and I now do not seem to be giving enough insulin as I cut it so much 
before.  However, I don't think this can be the reason for you to go hypo. 
I do hope you can soon get some control again.

June


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Elizabeth O'Shea" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, July 10, 2006 11:32 AM
Subject: update RE: [IPk] just when you think it's all working...


> Since my mail on Friday about hypos, I've managed to have _5_ hypos ('til
> now) of 3.1 or below, including 2 of 2.1. One of these was due to human
> error, because I forgot to change my basal profile one night. And do I 
> feel
> horrible! My brain is feeling quite bruised. I have currently given up my
> caffeine-free status since we know that caffeine helps restore hypo
> awareness. Not that it's done much for me yet.
>
> Starting today, I'm keeping my BGs between 7 and 11, which will bring on 
> its
> own problems in terms of my concentration and feelings of wellness. But at
> least I won't be twitching! As one of our newest members said, diabetes is
> _not_ a breeze.
>
> elizabeth
> .
>
>
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