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Old 11-25-2010, 02:30   #1
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Default Hypo'ing AFTER eating?

the last two days this has seemed to be happening to me, especially right now.

i was at 72 before dinner, and now less then 90 min later im at 71. i ask because i am having the hypo signs that i get when i know that my BS is getting near to sub-70, so i tested and sure enough, 71

very strange as eating has made the symptoms go away before

off to google it is lol

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the last two days this has seemed to be happening to me, especially right now.

i was at 72 before dinner, and now less then 90 min later im at 71. i ask because i am having the hypo signs that i get when i know that my BS is getting near to sub-70, so i tested and sure enough, 71

very strange as eating has made the symptoms go away before

off to google it is lol
Eric, this is strange! Perhaps you could add a few more carbs at dinner, I know how careful you are about eating carbs, especially man-made carbs, perhaps adding some fruit like a part of a banana?

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