4.1 MMOL/l 73.8 MG/DL 73.8

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You keep much better records than I do. Don't leave much of a paper trail, i'm afraid. Gradually nudging down my night time target (now that you reminded me). Always had trouble with insulin reactions at night, but much better, lately.

I guess it doesn't matter if the records are in the pump or on paper. I like the old school way because I can see it all in front of me and I can see patterns that necessitate a tweaking. I don't work with a doctor on my management so it's all for me!

My morning readings generally read from 85-120.

170 this morning. Sounds high but i'm getting closer to the mark. Good news its no peaks or Valleys last night. II'm going to get the basal right.

89, baby!

argh, 151, DP still apparently rolling along. Yesterday was a really flat BG day and I've noticed that sometimes when I have a couple of flat days, DP will seem to bounce up, sort of like a BG "hangover"? No running today, lifting/ elliptical.

171 DP shouldn't take it long to adjust it.

334 at 530am

and, i am zoned out.

feeling lucky

109mg/dL...wish it was the weekend...;-(

200 :( I felt sick all night. I have small ketone!So aggervating! Extremely exausted!

I was 12.4 (223) at 5:30 this morning, corrected and waited an hour, down to 8.3 (151) by 6:30 so had breakfast. My own fault, I think, because I was 4.2 (76) before bed which is too low, so I had some popcorn. I think I ate too much of that or should have bolused a small amount ...

always a juggling act - who relates to that Wallenda guy that walked a tightrope over Niagara Falls??

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