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Old 10-21-2014, 13:47   #7331
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86 for me. Guess allergy season is really over

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107! Better than my average over the last couple of weeks which has been 110-113.

Perplexing! I hiked most of the day, bacon and eggs for breakfast. I ate hard boiled egg, 2 bacon strips, cheese and a few nuts while hiking. Drank water and made hot tea. Dinner at home was a small salad with ranch, a large croissant filled with a lot chicken salad mix with mayo, cheese and cranberries piled really high. Bulletproof decaf. I know the croissant is pretty high carb and my wife boiled the cranberries to remove any sugar, still had a wonderful flavor.

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A 76 (4.2) this morning.

Partly cloudy, 54F when I got up, 59.4F now.

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95 (5.2) this morning, snap my yesterday !

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108- took a short time off of the CarbSmart ice cream. I did OK on it back in May- June, but the body has decided it is not for me. I was enjoying the low 80s. I can take a hint.
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106....oh I like that!

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3.8 (68). Usually when it's that low first thing in the morning, I feel like crap... but not this morning for some reason.

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... The aim is to get an idea of what your peak spikes (the one hour tests) are and to satisfy yourself that your numbers are coming down nicely (the two hour).
I ran that pattern for about a month, then I cut back to just one after meal test, at one hour at breakfast and lunch and two hours after dinner.
Six months later, I made my doctor very happy by dropping the post meal tests except when there's something new on the menu.
Thanks for that, John. I don't have to get prescriptions for test strips, I just go buy them (in Australia, Diabetes bits and bobs are heavily subsidised, especially for those on Insulin) But I still think 10 a day is too many, I'm just not that dedicated (nor are my stabbable bits) I was just wondering what "normal" is for most.

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I buy my test strips cheap. My doctor has no idea how often I test...or what I eat. He just looks at my Hb A1c and says, keep doing what you are doing.
aha! Likewise, really. I'm hoping my A1c will be under 6 this time round (due to get done in late November). Its shaping up pretty well.

And for this morning, a 3.9. It was very very early am when I tested, but I'm up and awake so I'm counting it.
@ Xenon: me too when it goes that low but my bod is gradually getting used to lower levels so I also feel pretty good this morn. 3.3 the other day was a bit awful but I expect to get back to tolerating that, as well.

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99 for me this morning. I ate a small dinner, so I guess I caught it right after my liver helped me out!




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68 (3.82) this cloudy dark morning, 82 (4.5) at bedtime.

For the first couple of months I did the same as John, but I also did a bedtime reading too. So 11 -12 tests a day. If my numbers weren't coming down at 2 hrs I did 2.5 and even 3 hours. It was a lot, but it gave me much info on what foods did to my bg. Now I only test fasting and bedtime unless I eat something new. And like Nancy every so often I will run a full day of tests just to be sure everything is still OK. I have crazy good Rx coverage so the cost of strips was never an issue.

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