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I fly between 1-3 time zones every other week and do the same ar FatCatAnna and change my Meter, Pump, and Watch as soon as we hit 10,000 feet. I then do a Test in 2 hrs just to have my pump begin to reset teh baseline as I have had trouble with Moving numbers during flight.
I'm basically making the same jump you did Katie and will be doing so without a pump (I'm a new DX T1, so I'm just on Levemir and Novolog at the moment). I have 10:30 PM basal of 18 units every night and I was thinking that I just keep on my same home schedule since I'm only on one basal shot and allow my body to adjust to the time change and bolus at my meals as needed.
In other words, I would keep a 24-hour spacing on my basal shots so what was a 10:30 PM basal becomes about a 10:30 AM basal.
Is that feasible or is that just a dumb idea?