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RE: [IPk] Hypo's



Hi Julian

I like the approach! However, I always feel when my bgs start mounting post 
hypo.

Best

Seos


>From: email @ redacted
>Reply-To: email @ redacted
>To: email @ redacted
>Subject: [IPk] Hypo's
>Date: Sun, 18 Jun 2006 03:47:29 -0700
>
>Hi
>
>I've seen a lot of postings recently about Hypo's, and thought I'd add my 
>bit.
>
>  When I'm seriously hypo (below 2.8) I clean the fridge out of food, Not
>literally, but I eat quite a lot. I don't worry about how high my bloods 
>will
>go, because my priority is to get rid of the hypo and I'm not in a fit 
>state to
>be working figures out.
>
>  When my blood reaches 8 or more, then I take action to try and stop the
>rebound. I calculate what I've eaten during the hypo. I ignore the first 20
>grams. If I've eaten 90 grams of carb I calculate on 70.
>  I bolus immediately for the first 30 of the 70 and I use an extended 
>bolus over
>two hours for the remaining 40. I check my blood half hourly during this 
>time.
>
>  This usually works very well and my blood rarely goes over 12 and, for 
>the most
>part stays under 12 in these situations.
>
>  I know there will be people who don't agree with my method, but it works 
>for
>me.
>
>Julian
>.

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