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How many basal rates do you have?

Started this discussion. Last reply by onesaint May 22, 2011. 99 Replies

My old Endo always wanted me on a strict regiment of 4 basal rates.12AM-6AM6AM-12PM12PM-6PM6PM - 12AMSince having left her care I added in an additional basal rate from 3AM to 6AM. That gives me a…Continue

Cannulas and scar tissue

Started this discussion. Last reply by onesaint Jan 14, 2011. 17 Replies

Im a tad worried about pumping the rest of my life. I like the convenience of square bolusing and a basal rate that I dont think about much. Plus the fact that I can adjust that basal at a moments…Continue

Tags: insulin, cannula, minimed, pump, CGMS

Bad Dex sensor?

Started this discussion. Last reply by onesaint Oct 21, 2010. 2 Replies

Howdy folks,So I changed my Dex sensor this morning. The previous on had been on for 22 days and had started to be a little too "flat." It wasnt keeping up with the finger stick readings albeit the…Continue

How long have you gone?

Started this discussion. Last reply by onesaint Oct 18, 2010. 4 Replies

Im new to the Dex and am loving it. Its really helping with my control this time around. I had the MM CGM, but didnt seem to work with me as well as the Dex has. So the question is how long has a…Continue

 

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Britt_J liked onesaint's blog post Cauliflower Wurstchen Goulash
Nov 4, 2013
Jaybyrd replied to onesaint's discussion 'What in the world??' in the group FLATLINERS CLUB
""Synchronicity""
May 21, 2013
Tabacblond liked onesaint's discussion Bolus for protein
Mar 27, 2013
acidrock23 replied to onesaint's discussion 'How do you do it?'
"I figure if it's post-meal BG running up, I need more insulin in my carb-insulin ratio (or less carbs). If fasting runs up, then I blame the basal. This works the other way too, if it's too low, I back off on the pump a bit. This is…"
Mar 5, 2013
Josh F replied to onesaint's discussion 'How do you do it?'
"Onesaint: I have to say I originally saw your posts via your flatlines and was very jealous, but then saw this post and realized you were not one of those lucky people where the control comes easy due to genes but just hard work ;-) I have had T1…"
Mar 5, 2013
onesaint commented on Danny's group 'FLATLINERS CLUB'
"Great flatline minx! What do early signs of gp look like? I know things can be a lot more challenging with it. I wish you all the best in your control."
Nov 15, 2012
jrtpup left a comment for onesaint
"Hope all's well! Our Annual Campaign is coming! Would you consider helping by writing a short comment/testimonial about your experiences at TuD? The main message for the campaign this year is that no one with diabetes should ever feel alone.…"
Nov 8, 2012
onesaint replied to JennElv's discussion 'Pump back to injections' in the group Dr. Bernstein Diabetes Solution Group
"I've toyed with it for quite a while. I don't think infusion sets are agreeable with some of us. And that makes "real estate" hard to come by that isn't in a healing state or scar tissue. That's my case against pumps,…"
Oct 8, 2012
onesaint replied to carlyn's discussion 'An app for pump site tracking?'
Oct 7, 2012
onesaint replied to carlyn's discussion 'An app for pump site tracking?'
"Brilliant! I'd like to know more about it as well."
Oct 7, 2012
onesaint replied to ChristinaNadine's discussion 'Told not Diabetic anymore after A1c of 5.2' in the group Dr. Bernstein Diabetes Solution Group
"Wow,a bevy of options to say "have a nice day" through proper channels! My favorite being "
Sep 25, 2012
onesaint replied to AmandaLG's discussion 'set sites'
"from what I can tell they go away, but it takes a while. I've had some build up around above my buttocks. I didn't track the time, but after a while I tried the site again and they seem to be good. I'd say lay off for at least 6…"
Sep 23, 2012
onesaint replied to Laura's discussion 'Advice'
"A thread here on TuD took my A1c from an average of 7.9 over a number of years to an average of 5.7 over the last 2 years. How do you do it?"
Sep 22, 2012
onesaint replied to c.schambers's discussion 'Need Opinions!! My T1 is having high blood sugars....'
"I think still_young_at_heart hit the nail on the head. You can rule out breakfast if the same issue is happening at dinner. It would seem more like a basal issue in that case. Just to add: 1. ensure basal rates are good a. watch for dawn phenomena…"
Sep 21, 2012
onesaint replied to Megan S's discussion 'I'm back...'
"Good work on using data to drive your hypothesis. I'm very sorry you have to go through this. However, the good news is that you hopefully won't be in limbo for much longer, and false diagnosis will hopefully end soon as well. Best of luck…"
Sep 21, 2012
onesaint replied to Megan S's discussion 'South African Professor Endorses Low Carb'
"Great find, thanks for posting it. Although, I think it's low carb, high fat and not high protein that Noakes is supporting. Some interesting notes from the article: "
Sep 21, 2012

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The PRIMARY person in my life who has diabetes has
Type 1 or type 1.5 (LADA) diabetes
How do you hope to benefit from TuDiabetes?
feedback from other users with an insuling pump
Date diagnosed
September 1, 1985
Most recent HbA1C %, date of result (optional)
5.8
Type of treatment/devices you use
Pump
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Minimed 722
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How TuD has helped change my life: http://www.tudiabetes.org/forum/topics/how-do-you-do-it-1

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Cauliflower Wurstchen Goulash

Posted on December 29, 2010 at 3:56pm 9 Comments

I did a toss together meal last night. Some family friends came in from out of town, so we visited till 9pm or so, then they left for another destination. My wife then went to put the little one to bed and I jumped in the kitchen to try out the new immersion blender I received for Christmas. I have  a cauliflower bisque base that I got from Gerri and make weekly to bi-weekly as its too easy and yummy. Its also super simple and easy to build on. I'm a real toss things together type of cook so…

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At 6:05am on November 8, 2012, jrtpup said…

Hope all's well!

Our Annual Campaign is coming!

Would you consider helping by writing a short comment/testimonial about your
experiences at TuD? The main message for the campaign this year is that no
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Thanks my friends!

At 5:25am on August 22, 2012, Brian (bsc) said…

My D seems to be doing fine. I am holding steady at an A1c of 5.5%, hypos almost nonexistant. I still struggle with my mornings, but sadly that is the bane of existance for most of us. My real health bother this last year has been my fatigue, messed up metabolism and low body temperature. It is always something. But I will get through this.

At 2:05am on August 21, 2012, Brian (bsc) said…

Glad you like my real face. Hope you are doing well. Don't be a stranger, we miss you.

At 8:26pm on July 16, 2012, jrtpup said…

Miss ya kiddo! Hope all's going well with the new career. Stay cool!

At 4:04am on July 12, 2012, jrtpup said…

It's sooooooo hot here. Hope you're staying cool!

At 4:41pm on May 20, 2012, jrtpup said…

Spring has sprung here, what a beautiful weekend yet again! Hope yours was too :)

At 10:28pm on February 16, 2012, jrtpup said…

Hey, os, it's good to have you back, smiling face and all ;)

At 7:01pm on February 16, 2012, BadMoonT2 said…

They thought the music thing was about operating in this little self contained world with it's own proprietary rules, like a programing language I guess. I'd say security is something with a fair amount of job security, probably a good career move.

At 5:57pm on February 16, 2012, BadMoonT2 said…

I got into IT in the late 90's when it was really easy to talk your way into a job. I had a little web page business going when web pages were an exotic skill. I read an article, then, about a University looking into what other professions would have the type of people who would be good programers. The best place's too look were musicians and contractors. I remember thinking how odd that was, but the skill a contractor has is being able to build something in their head and to think ahead about how everything fits together. This is very useful in programming because you're building everything in your head in programing.

Since I'm a musician with modest talents I guess that makes me a programmer with modest talents:)

Sounds like you're more of a network guy, got any musical or contracting skills?

At 2:15pm on February 13, 2012, BadMoonT2 said…

The worst part of the 18 recordset code is maintaining it. It usually takes a half an hour just to remember how it works so I can change/fix it. Cutover is a clearcut. If you've ever been to the South you may have noticed lots of pine trees in rows, that's what we do. I started out in '79 as a planter then worked my way up to foreman. Used to take my wife and young daughter along, we camped out on the sites in a travel trailer. When my daughter started school I started doing carpenter/cabinetmaker work at home. My wife died, I needed a better way to pay for my daughters schooling and besides I was getting too old to be climbing around on roofs, so I talked my way back into the company I used to work for and started learning on the job. No one understands what I do but me, so I have a certain amount of job security. I live in a very rural area so people with my skill set are scarce, as opposed to carpenters which are a dime a dozen.

I'm 62 so am just hoping my job will last another 4 years. If I was a little younger I would get better with SQL Server, learn VB.net and maybe a scripting language like Python or PHP. Skills in Access are not terribly in demand.

 
 
 

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