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Old 06-22-2019, 12:53   #2881
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Up early today, had a 103 FBG. Had a chunk of watermelon last night. Have a friend coming up to ride bikes with me this morning so maybe I can burn off the glycogen I stored. He's training for triathlons and was wanting to get in some hillier riding.
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4.1 this morning. But not before I dropped under 3. Whoops. The interesting thing is that I had to get up to the loo in the midst of all this and really... felt fine.
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4.1 this morning. But not before I dropped under 3. Whoops. The interesting thing is that I had to get up to the loo in the midst of all this and really... felt fine.
Just looking at the timing, it looks like the spike was the result of a meal. If so, was there a bolus for the meal based on carb content and a later correction?

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109 this morning; expected it to be higher. Trenching to replace a bad electrical line to an out building.

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Just looking at the timing, it looks like the spike was the result of a meal. If so, was there a bolus for the meal based on carb content and a later correction?
Bolus for the meal but no later correction. I've given up doing corrections in the late evening, because of exactly that low BGL response. I think I miscalculated the bolus.

This morning, 5.4, steady all evening and overnight, around the 6 mark. NO additional insulin administered since before lunch, which was a sandwich. Even the potato at teatime did nothing to boost BGL beyond the "normal" range. My usual behaviour is to bolus for the meal but I opted not to, this time (because of last night) and it seems it was a good decision.

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