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Absolutely terrified now, what do I do?

Discussion in 'Type 1 Diabetes' started by james122, Oct 17, 2016.

  1. Jaylee

    Jaylee Type 1 · Moderator
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    HI,

    I'm one of those types at ease when I'm low... Feel almost "cleansed". A lot of years ago i was nagged about numbers.. Not like I'd stolen a car!? I knew my limits. (Or depths.)
    However. It can be a little like smoking weed? You may think it helps "creativity"? But nothing actually gets done..
    Yep, staying between 4.8/5 & 7.6 is your average non D thing. They seem to do alright at that. I test a fair bit too, to make sure I stay in the same "sweet zone".


    3 hours after a meal you were 6. Cool..

    If once in a "blue moon" you test at 13.whatever? Look out the window & check the world is still spinning on it's axis, then do an appropriate correction & carry on!
     
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  2. Donna1

    Donna1 Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    I think u need to speak with someone about ur day being taken over by this and i think its quite concerning about u enjoyin ur body being in the state of a hypo. No offense but sounds like a form of self harm????
     
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