Maybe my solution is to just never eat. Maybe then my blood sugars would be better. *sigh*

So far today I've had 75g carbs and crappy blood sugars!

Hopefully tomorrow will be better ......

10:16 AM - 6.5 (117)
11:24 AM - 5.8 (104) - Breakfast (15g)
1:05 PM - 10.7 (193) - Correction, site change
3:14 PM - 8.0 (144) - Lunch (25g)
4:57 PM - 13.2 (238) - Correction (via shot)
6:21 PM - 10.2 (184) - Dinner (10g)
8:41 PM - 5.8 (104)
9:15 PM - 6.4 (115) - Snack (20g)
11:20 PM - 6.9 (124) - Snack (5g), no bolus
12:35 AM - 7.7 (139) - Correction

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Comment by acidrock23 on October 28, 2011 at 9:36pm
So are you waking up @ 10:16? Maybe the 1:05 spike is a "brunch phenomenon" or something? I had some DP issue recently, like it just ramped up. I ended up cranking my pump up what I previously would have considered "crazily" but since then, I've been running flatter reasonably well, although I've had a bunch of other challenges (marathon, surgery, etc...LOL...) so things are still a bit goofy?
Comment by Jen on October 28, 2011 at 10:34pm
I did wake up at 10:16 today but my sleep schedule is all out of whack, I need to fix that up ... I work three mornings a week but other days only work in the afternoons or (on Friday and weekends) not at all). I'd like to get up at around 7:00 AM whether or not I work, though.
Comment by fairypink8 on October 31, 2011 at 5:40am
I have always told my husband that my blood sugars would be awesome if I didn't have to eat. It is food that really messes me up! lol


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