Every now and then, I question my pumps calculations.
I have my pump set so that I can walk on the treadmill after eating supper everynight without going low. The thing is I have to walk or else I have to re-adjust my pump rates back to normal. I wasn't feeling too well last night so I skipped exercising and of course I forgot to adjust my rates. Because of my forgetfulness, my bg's ran high for a while.
So,I did a correction bolus. Then, before going to bed I tested again and it came down to 131 but, this is where I'm getting confused. My pump says Food-.000, Correction-.600u, Active-3.675u. My Endo wants me to keep my target at 125 for my night hours. So, why would my pump suggest a correction of .600u when I have 3.675 active? I ended up ignoring my pumps correction and I took some glucose tablets to keep from going low. I woke up this morning at 71.
So, what's up with that???