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Old 01-20-2015, 10:24   #8961
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6.9 / 125 this morning. Hoping I can get it down over the next couple of days. Had a fasting day today and this evening BS has come down to 4.9 / 89.

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Old 01-20-2015, 10:36   #8962
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Did not test today morning. Woke up really late and was rushing around getting food ready and tiffins packed. I value my mom so much more for doing this everyday for 20+ years!

So now my son thinks that when the new baby comes, he can be put back inside the tummy as and when needed. He insisted he wanted to sit in the front seat of the car with me (car seats are not a norm or mandatory in India) and when I asked him where will the new baby sit when he is born so he says we will put him back in the tummy.

If only it were so easy, I would have transported him back inside my tummy for more days than he would have been out

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Old 01-20-2015, 11:31   #8963
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200 this morning.

MBuster, Mr. O'Neil seems unwilling to part with the cash.

Not warm, not too cold here with predicted highs just over freezing. I'm fine as long as it doesn't snow. My wife is now ready to move south...

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64 this morning. It's fairly nice out there this morning, so I get to walk outside this morning and look at all the beautiful stars Have a wonderful Tuesday everyone

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4,5 this morning

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117 (6.5) this morning. Kind of a surprise after 4 days under 100. Was I a bad boy last night ? I don't think so but dinner was 14g carbs and higher than usual protein so maybe so. I got a 133 after dinner which kind of surprised me so I guess I over did it. Oh well, another day in the life with D.

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102, haven't had a FBG this good since mid November! Welcome back. Trying hard to not to cheat, actually quite easy, just trying to be more conscious that even a small deviation with a moderately high carb load could bring my numbers up for days.

Uncertain of this but it has been suggested, and seems like the only logical thing at this point that may have caused my BS to rise substantially over the last 2 months. Intermittent fasting may have have had a role as well, or may have just been coincidental.

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155 upon rising, 180 before breakfast, 24U of Humalog and 2 hours later 180. Didn't go down at all. I don't understand how 24U of Humalog doesn't cover bacon, eggs and coffee with cream.

Half of that covers my other two meals. I'm getting frustrated and I don't know. It comes down after taking the Lantus at 9:30 am. Skipped lunch yesterday, and 62 around 2:30. Back off of some of the lantus this am. After a year, I'm still tweeking insulin. I'm tired of it.

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Well, gosh, me too. BS 101 this morning, no reason I can think of. Two hours after breakfast BS 56, then took a brisk bike ride in the foggy foggy dew: great way to start the day.

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99, last night my wife bought a steak fajita mix and we poured it on a salad. There were no nutrition label on it, but it tasted really good.

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