ok so high BS can cause blurred vision and so can low BS,but what is causing the hallucinations?one involved the front panel of the dvd player panel melting off onto the floor into a puddle and the other has consisted of something dripping from the ceiling at the gas station as we were walking out the door.on both occasions i had her test and it was normal.which brings me to another question,what is a normal BS range?her doc said if she goes over 150 to do 2 units and 200+ she should do 3 units.but a diabetic friend of mine said to wait till she gets closer to 180 or she could drop too fast and too much and would result in a trip to the er.im sure it varies per person but i gotta have something to go by.also her BS is all over the charts and she only tests twice a day.for example:
7/13: lunch 114 and bed 129
7/14: breakfast 116 and dinner 112
7/15: lunch 129 and dinner 110
7/16: breakfast 115 and dinner 121
now on the night of 7/15 was when the first hallucination appeared and when she tested it was 169.i did not give her insulin and 45 minutes later she was back to 124.so into day 4 and she hasnt used a single unit of insulin.which is leading me to believe she has been misdiagnosed.and could it be because of the CF.shes totally convinced she doesnt have diabetes and im trying to get her to take better care of herself.what a battle.so on to another day and what surprises it has to offer.