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General discussion / Re: Hypos!
« Last post by Quantum Learning on Today at 12:55:53 PM »
The hot weather has definitely had an effect on me, been struggling with high no's recently then suddenly, without doing anything different, down to 'normal' figures last night. Took it's time though, been hot for days  :)
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General discussion / Re: Hypos!
« Last post by himtoo on Today at 08:53:26 AM »
yeah , 3 hypos in 1 day would be a warning flag to drop basals. keep us updated on how you get on following the basal drop.
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General discussion / Re: Hypos!
« Last post by nytquill17 on Today at 12:01:23 AM »
After 3 hypos in one day I think I would have done the same! No idea what might be causing it though. Only thing we can do sometimes is react and then wait and see.
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General discussion / Re: Hypos!
« Last post by Pattidevans on Yesterday at 11:33:17 PM »
That's a bit extreme, but I would also cut basal in your situation Liam.  Keep a close eye on it.
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General discussion / Hypos!
« Last post by Liam on Yesterday at 10:36:58 PM »
So about 6 this morning I wake to a hypo. I treat that and retest in 15 and it is back up, so I get back to sleep. Then mid afternoon another hypo, treat, retest, retreat, retest. Back up to normal levels. Then about 7 tonight another hypo!


I've never had it but I'm wondering if it is the weather? I know some need less insulin in summer.


I have gone ahead and taken 20% off all my basal levels. I can fine tune it over the next few days when it settles.
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General discussion / Re: Thanks!
« Last post by sedge on 19 April 2018, 03:42:09 PM »
Oh I've always enjoyed my birthday but never for long as it was Mom & Dad's wedding anniversary on 19th so my cards always got shoved back or moved along!  LOL
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General discussion / Re: My Heart Operation
« Last post by sedge on 19 April 2018, 03:38:50 PM »
They just have a gadget that fits round the bit of tooth inside the gum though - blimey all my wisdom teeth snapped off after causing agony for months on end coming through - one by one - so one by one my dentist removed em.  No prob, walked to the bus stop, jumped on a bus and went back to work.  Last one the dental hospital in Brum did whilst I was there having something else treated.  That was good - although yes it takes them time cos all the students have to have a peer and prod and tell the prof what they reckon - but it costs nowt LOL
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General discussion / Re: Thanks!
« Last post by Quantum Learning on 19 April 2018, 02:59:29 PM »
Yes belated wishes from me too, hope you enjoyed it  :)
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General discussion / Re: My Heart Operation
« Last post by Quantum Learning on 19 April 2018, 02:56:20 PM »
You have to see a specialist dentist for what they call a 'surgical extraction' if there's not enough tooth above the gumline to pull it out normally.
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General discussion / Re: Thanks!
« Last post by Dr DeEath on 19 April 2018, 01:23:04 PM »
Belated Birthday Wishes! I can't find a smiley with a gap!
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