I have a new low symptom. It's called Mind Can't Figure Out Proportions of Objects.
This is now how I am positively sure I am low without testing. But it is also really, really annoying.
It usually happens at night. I'm going to try to explain it without sounding like I'm absolutely insane, but just remember, it only happens when I'm low..
I'll be laying in bed, trying to sleep, thinking about anything and everything, and something clicks off in my mind. And then my mind can't figure out anything. Seriously- if I were to visualize a tree, the tree would start out normal, then stretch and shrink, grow wide and thin and shake. For as long as I think about it.
So I don't think hard when I'm low at night. It's auto pilot. Test-juice-wait-test-sleep.
I'm not at a certain blood sugar when it happens, it's anywhere from 90 mg/dl and down. It's been happening for maybe 2 months? I've never really mentioned it to anyone, mostly because it happens, I sleep all night and I hardly think about again.
Maybe this is normal. Maybe it's weird. I have no idea. Has anyone had this (or something like it?) happen before? I'm not really hoping for something to make it go away, but what is it?
Aside from that.. diabetes has been just great (so strange to say!) this summer. It's been on the back burner this entire summer! Which is really great. How many times can I use the word great?