4.1 MMOL/l 73.8 MG/DL 73.8

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I was 8.9 (160) this morning. I corrected a 16.8 (302) from after dinner before bed, so I was probably high all night. Ugh.

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75 post run, fueled the 111 w/ 2x little Famous Amos cookies, some milk in my coffee and about 10 jelly beans and 20G of Gatorade. 6 miles, 9:20 pace, fast for me.

139 mg/dL...I had Mex food last night and it is always the gift that keeps on giving. I don't eat it often but this is a tough week for me I have already had two birthday dinners and tomorrow is another big BBQ. Oh well we had some rain so maybe we won't have a bunch of fires caused by the fireworks...

106. I think my needle may be stuck in some scar tissue. I've been running about 20 higher than usual dice I put it in. Just changed it out 
106. I think my needle may be stuck in some scar tissue. I've been running about 20 higher than usual since I put it in. Just changed it out 

124. I seem to get fasting BGs in this range a lot. I'm surprised how much insulin it takes to achieve less than great fasting numbers. This seems to be the trickiest time of day for me.

CGM woke me screaming 49, fs was 100. Grrrrr time to change it out.

I was 7.9 (142) going to bed at 10:00 PM, 6.0 (108) at 3:00 AM, and 7.9 (142) again waking up at 6:00 AM. No insulin on board or food. Not bad compared to what I've had this past week.

Just upped my DP coverage a bit to see if that helps. No idea why I dropped down last night while other nights I've rose and/or corrections haven't worked, though.

128 !!

6.4(115) usually 5.8 fasting this morning - sinned last nite - whole wheat biscuit before bed, jogged a mile, ran 4 250 yd sprints.. Post 8.2(147). Dang! I still got to bike 3 miles to work!

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