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Discussion in 'Insulin Pump Forum' started by masonbason63, Oct 6, 2019.

  1. aphex2k

    aphex2k Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Will see how it all pans out. I'm planning on getting bloods done relatively soon just so I can see my actual a1c and if it's come down since switching over to the 670. I guess it might have come down but I also feel I'm higher than average, lots of the time. Yes, I'm avoiding hypos, but at what cost? Running high all the time?

    The system works well at night - seems to pick a figure and holds me there (anything from 7.x to 8.5). Often I hit minimal delivery over night and have to enter a BG to keep in AM. I don't get DP or anything like that, never really have.

    Still learning, not giving up yet!
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  2. Gary61

    Gary61 Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    It's hard to believe my Hba1 as well because my pump does the same but seeing is believing so you mind hopefully find a nice surprise when you do
  3. Peter03

    Peter03 Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    I only bolus 25 units once or twice a year for a good curry or pizza, so not often, one problem I did have after being a diabetic for 25 year was that certain parts of my body would not absorb insulin so now I have to be careful where I put my captors otherwise my bloods go sky high or sometimes just a little high and then I just have to change my captor, such is life after being a diabetic for 51 years, certainly cgms make life easier, but not perfect
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