Ok so, I have always been well controlled, am not on the Omnipod and libre (libre because of pregnancy funded by our local diabetes charity). Yesterday the nurse put a new libre sensor on for me, it began reading LO but I knew I wasn’t low so I checked, I was 5.6. I checked again just after my lunch still LO but a finger prick revealed 7.8. So I left it a few hours and either has readings of LO or sensor wasn’t reading and to try again in 10 minutes. I went back up. I waited for her and she said to check my bloods, so I did and they were 3.9. I knew it was snack time as while being pregnant I don’t bolus for snacks. I had a couple of jelly babies ready to have my snack when I was finished! Now she looked at my libre and commented that my sugar was 4.0 before my libre got changed and that it could have been Low all day... I’m sorry if it was reading LO I wouldn’t be having that conversations with her, especially if it’d been that way for 5 hours!!! She then told me I couldn’t drive for 45 minutes after a 3.9 blood sugar reading which had been treated and was now 6.0. She said the reasoning was that it could drop again on the following 45 minutes, now I live 5 minutes away (and where we live up I can’t drive for more than 20 minutes without driving into the sea!!). If I had been hypo I wouldn’t get on the motorway! I said you can’t have such tightly controlled bloods without dropping to 4ish occasionally especially when pregnant and when appointments disrupt your snack times! I would understand if my sugar was 2 but it wasn’t! Bit of an overreaction I feel! The fact she thought I could read LO for 4 hours and still be talking to her and not dead boggles my mind! And another thing... why do they feel that because we have diabetes we love sitting round waiting for appointments for hours and hours because we don’t have anything like lives.... So annoyed! Who are these people?!?!? Do they have any common sense!!!