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I seem to have gotten some kind of mild food poisoning from lunch... threw up a couple of times. Of course, us T1s get the added bonus of a nasty low afterwards. Which I wasn't expecting (I had a relatively easy first trimester, and this might actually be the first time I've thrown up since being dx'd a year and a half ago.) So then I wound up at 34, crying and sweating profusely. It took like an hour and probably almost 50 carbs to get myself out of the 40s. Luckily, I was at home and my husband was too; unluckily, I missed a flight.

Oh well. I feel OK, if a bit washed out now. Someone tell me what I know intellectually -- that the little one is perfectly fine? She gets really really active when I'm low, but she's been quiet since. Hopefully she just tired herself out.

My sugar dropped to 32 the other night. I happened to have an appointment yesterday, and they checked the baby's heartbeat...everything was great! I'm sure the baby is doing fine. :)

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