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Blog entries by Wayward Blood

  1. It looks like this might be my last post for a while. It's very likely that I'll become a father next week, so I'm going to have *things* going on. I do want to get back to uploading weekly posts when I can though; it's been really helpful for me, whether loads of people are reading or I'm just...
  2. Another one of them weeks has slipped by, so it's time for me to put up my weekly summary! My blood sugars tend to get more unwieldy around lunch time (I usually eat at 12pm), so I need to have a think about my insulin levels and food intake at that time. There's a chance that these updates...
  3. A little bit up and down this week, thanks in part to the hot weather. My time 'in target' dropped from 100% to 99% thanks to a hypo yesterday. I snuck just below 4 for a while first thing in the morning (you can see that if you look at the results for the 25th). For the most part, I've been...
  4. I think I had a slightly better week last week, but things were still okay this week. The hard thing is still exercise – with the weather having been horrible and no reason to leave the house, I've become a lot less active. I imagine that this will rectify itself in a few weeks, with the arrival...
  5. This wasn't a bad week as far as blood sugar levels were concerned. I felt more in control generally and am happy overall with my results. [ATTACH]
  6. Here's post number 3! I got out into the garden here and there during the week and did some labour-intensive gardening. Not that you'd know it by looking at the place. It's only a small garden, but it refuses to be tidy. Or I'm bad at gardening. (It's definitely the latter.) It did mean I got...
  7. Here's weekly update number 2! My levels want to rise during the night currently. I think this is more to do with what I'm eating in the evenings than to a problem with my basal dose. I'm still being more lax than I should be, and I'm also getting very little exercise at present; I went cycling...
  8. Here I go again :). This is my first entry with the new format of posting weekly, so I thought I'd start back at 1. As mentioned in my last post, I'm going to attach a weekly picture of my Libre sensor results, like so: [ATTACH] I'm avoiding hypos, but I've got some highs to smooth out. I've...
  9. I think I'm going to change things up after today; I'll no longer be posting daily pictures as this is probably clogging up the blog section of the site. Instead, I'll take a screenshot of my Libre results once a week, which will show the last seven days of results. That way I'm still being...
  10. My blood sugar levels have been rising around lunch time recently; during lockdown, and because of my ear infection, I've been a lot less active recently. However, the weeds in my garden were threatening to create a new canopy that could engulf the entire UK, so I did some gardening after lunch....
  11. A good day in general yesterday. [ATTACH]
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