All Discussions Tagged 'lows' (45)

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Still have Lantus Questions

I'm relatively new to using Lantus, probably only 4 - 6 months. But do't get a lot of information from medical people, and can't afford app…

Started by sdkate

6 Dec 8
Reply by Brian (bsc)

Recovery time from morning lows

Hello, My daughter is 15 years old and is experiencing low blood sugars in the mornings several times per week. Oddly, she feels low when s…

Started by Terri

18 Nov 24
Reply by Terry

Smarties Candy alert

Some fad is going around...to see this please search for Smarties on your browser. It appears that middle school kids are taking to smashin…

Started by Sandy

5 Nov 20
Reply by Sandy

Sobering...

I guess I had my first severe hypo yesterday. I had spiked after breakfast and both corrected and bumped up my basal for a few hours (a mis…

Started by still_young_at_heart

60 Oct 19
Reply by meee

How do u change from nite insulin to day.

I have my lowest readings at nite while I sleep. The amount of insulin is. Not doing it post and after meals. I wake up 120 FBS. Eat a no c…

Started by Vikki

10 Sep 10
Reply by Sarah

Not feeling lows until they get REAL low

Hey everyone, If there is a discussion about this, please point me in the right direction. If not, hopefully this will generate some good r…

Started by Nicole

21 Aug 26
Reply by jjm335

Morning Lows

All this past week I've been waking up low...at first it was in the low 4's, then the mid 3's and today I woke at 2.3 (still feel shaky). I…

Started by Havarti

4 Aug 1
Reply by JustLookin

parents of college age kids with T1

I have a 14 yr. old, so this is a bit premature, but I am already afraid of sending him to college and having to manage his diabetes alone.…

Started by SJR

16 Jul 24
Reply by Marie B

Synonyms: T1 and P.T.S.D. ???

While certainly not complete by any means, the basic four descriptions below comprise and very much articulate some very, very common if no…

Started by Stuart

6 Jun 16
Reply by Diabetic Dad

Tight control?

If you adhere to a narrow range of say 90-100 mg/dl like me, do you accept the fact that a 90 is just a step away from a 70 or 60?

Started by Diabetic Dad

21 Jun 4
Reply by swisschocolate

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