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90f outside , hard to tell heat from hypos


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Old 07-12-2018, 18:08   #1
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Default 90f outside , hard to tell heat from hypos

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Looks like you have no wind, either.

It's a bummer for you when one of your hypo symptoms is feeling hot.

Have you ever thought of a CGM? You might be a good candidate.


Where I'm at in the midwest we're reaching 100 degrees now - rather early for the year. As usual, when it gets that hot we seldom have much of a breeze. It's stay-inside weather for me.

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Looks like you have no wind, either.

It's a bummer for you when one of your hypo symptoms is feeling hot.

Have you ever thought of a CGM? You might be a good candidate.


Where I'm at in the midwest we're reaching 100 degrees now - rather early for the year. As usual, when it gets that hot we seldom have much of a breeze. It's stay-inside weather for me.

I want a CGM so I can drink some cold beer and know whats going on !


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i wish i had symptoms when the blood sugar goes low. My quality of life would soar. As long as your aware, you can always do something about it.

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