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Old 01-14-2015, 14:04   #8861
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I think so, too. Yesterday afternoon I had a crash which I stopped, but unfortunately I over-treated and my blood sugar went too high (140). Although I brought it down for bedtime, and woke up fine, I wonder if my unexpected post breakfast high might not have been some carry over from my over indulgence yesterday.

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106 (5.9) this morning. Still trying to shake the cold but I was a better boy yesterday and got more rest. Low temp this morning 27F (-2.8C) a warming trend for the next few days. Chance of rain that was in the 10 day has now gone and no rain in sight.

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I think so, too. Yesterday afternoon I had a crash which I stopped, but unfortunately I over-treated and my blood sugar went too high (140). Although I brought it down for bedtime, and woke up fine, I wonder if my unexpected post breakfast high might not have been some carry over from my over indulgence yesterday.
I thought the major difference with type 1 and type 2 is type 1 produces no insulin and must rely on an external source, while a type 2 still produces insulin but may be in erratic and/or insufficient amounts. I don't think the other bodily functions associated with BG regulation have ceased working for either as a general rule, i.e., signaling for simultaneous release of glucogon and insulin, some get the buffering effect while others don't because the insulin is not there. I feel there is most likely a glitch is some that does affect either the sending and/or receiving of the signals and the reaction to the signals, making us unique individually.

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157 before breakfast. Not doing too good, my test results were awful and throwing up again last night. I sent a note to the doctor that I really quit all medications now, because they are supposed to make you feel better.

My vomit has been dark brown, and now I obssess about it being blood. I don't it's a virus. I think it's the metformin, but could be something else.

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116?? Where'd that come from? (Yes I checked again to make sure )

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Roxanne, that sounds awful! Hope you feel better soon.
Yes, my understanding is that as a Type 1, I make no insulin. But something must cause the occasional unexpected and unexplained readings. If I had a high one day, say from over eating, could that have a lingering effect on the following day? (Just as an aside, I'm back to normal now, 95.)

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96 this morning. Thankfully it's a warmer day! I don't 'do' cold worth a damn.



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73 (4.0) this mostly sunny morning, 84 (4.65) at bedtime.

Feeling somewhat better today. The bruises on my face are traveling all over. I now have raccoon eyes! I have a huge bruise going from the outside corner of my right eye across my cheek and down to the underside of my chin. Also a "lovely" dark bruise line from the lower right corner of my nose to the outer corner of my lip. My back is still really hurting, but after the nightmares last night, I'm not taking any more of those pain pills!!

@Jim, I can so sympathize with you re the frozen pipes!! Been there way more times than I want to remember! But usually it isn't my pipes, but rather my pump....no fun either way!
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