Kat D's Blog (4)

Denial...all over again

After two years after being diagnosed...getting A1C from 14 to 6, I am again in a place of 'denial'.
Eating crazy, not sleeping, craving sweets, allowing levels way over 200 and not even supplementing. What's going on with me? Has anyone else been in this 'space' before??? Feel like I'm trying to self-destruct

Added by Kat D on July 4, 2012 at 9:43am — 7 Comments

The D

I remembr a time i nevr thought about food... now my whole being consumed with what to eat/ what time i last ate....surely there's some cosmic meaning or purpose in this 'thing' that has taken over

Added by Kat D on September 8, 2011 at 9:36am — 3 Comments

Supplemental Dose of Humalog???

Wow! had a bg at 98 and after just a cup of rice and piece of chicken, have jumped to 182. Feeling miserable....
HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO WAIT before taking a supplemental shot of humalog? I ate at 10pm...it's now 11:11p :(
Can i take a shot now, or do i have to wait a couple of hours..
head is pounding!!!

Added by Kat D on May 21, 2011 at 8:12pm — 2 Comments

Time between humalog and lantus?

i'm always sooo tired, because i eat around 9pm with a humulog shot and then feel i have to stay up another 3 hrs before the lantus nighttime shot. does anyone here know whether or not I must wait 3 hrs., or can I just take the lantus when i get sleepy???

Added by Kat D on May 7, 2011 at 8:35am — 6 Comments

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