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Today morning when I woke up at 6.00 AM I checked my blood sugar as usual, it was 171, i was expecting it because last night I took 7 inits lantus insead of 8 units because I was little careful that hypo do not occur again like last morning. So I…Continue
I figure that most of us here, and on other diabetes forums, have a good handle on things. Yes, sometimes we get thrown by something, but by and large we are doing a good job. We do what we are supposed to, we don't do what we're not supposed to and…Continue
Im really hoping I am not the only person who feels this way. All through school I absolutely hated "healthy class". My main reason for despising it was due to that movie "Supersize Me" . Its not so much the film I have an issue with....as much as…Continue
As I got ready for bed around 10pm on a Tuesday night I prayed that my blood sugar would behave itself at least until I start my overnight fasting basal test. I really didn't want to put it off any longer. My sugar hasn't been great lately. I've fallen off my work-out and healthy eating wagon and I desperately wanted to climb back on it again. I mean I wrote a book about this stuff - you'd think I'd follow my own advice! Just proves how difficult dealing with diabetes is, and how being a…Continue
I am having troubles right now with too many lows.I have reduced my TTD and I get very discouraged easily.I hate how a BS reading of more than 11mmol makes me feel.I need some words of encouragement as I try to find the right settings.If I at least stop the lows I can correct them and go from there.I have Pumping Insulin by John Walsh where it tells you how much to reduce your TTD but my pump totals aren't on the chart as I am on a small amount of insulin.
Baseball and Diabetes
It is spring, and baseball is in the air. I never played sports as a kid, but when my sons got to be older they fell in love with the game. Both my sons played first base, pitched and played in some games as, catcher, outfield, third and second base. Each son was a fine hitter and my wife, I and the family loved going to the games and we followed them all over the Midwest watching them play.
I think what I loved…Continue
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