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Offline sedge

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Re: Swimming
« Reply #15 on: 24 November 2018, 12:49:15 PM »
We are always told that exercise can affect us for up to 48 hours - it can certainly last 'until the next morning' with no trouble at all - so you do have to watch it longer than before and only just after.  You're still here to tell the tale is the main thing.


I'd still be wanting to throw up had you fed me Kendal mint cake for a hypo - I think it's repulsive!  (I'd rather just eat dry sugar straight from the bag.)
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Offline Lucy

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Re: Swimming
« Reply #16 on: 24 November 2018, 01:55:01 PM »
Ha kendal mint cake is less revolting than glucotabs and happened to have some to hand so went with that first. I hadnt really noticed much effect over the following time post swimming previously, maybe noticed it last night as i was a bit lower afterwards than usual. I'll try a bit less dinner insulin next week, and a bit less if there are any snacks afterwards next week.
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