Well, it can't be any worse than Sunday was. At least number wise. I don't know if I rolled on it in my sleep or what, but I kinked the tube on my pod and ended up going to be Saturday night at 110 and waking up about 5 hours later at 320! I haven't that high in a long time and it felt like crap. My G4 I have set on quiet unless it's a low (which I have since changed) and didn't get an alert.

I manually injected, but the entire day yesterday was a struggle to get back into range. Finally before bed I was down to a steady 120 and woke up right at 88. Hopefully there are no other issues today....

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Comment by Wren on January 14, 2013 at 1:18pm

Frustrating! Glad to hear you started today with a great BG :)

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