I'm ridiculously high today. Over 200 after lunch. Took a correction, it only dropped me about 30 points. Maybe this insulin pen is a dud? Weirdness. I think I'll go back to my "kiddie pen" that does half units - I seem to do a lot better with it. I hope the pump works out well... days like today are a drag.

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Comment by Robyn on May 6, 2009 at 4:37pm
Yes....so very annoying. Then we get to deal with the lows! Hope tomorrow is better! good luck
Comment by Jess on May 6, 2009 at 8:36pm
Like your title! Mine has been high today too. I'm using the omnipod and put one on my leg which I don't normally do so I think it was just a bad site. New spot seems to work. Are you getting a pump soon? Hope you are having a good evening.

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