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Discussion in 'Type 1 Diabetes' started by Stav, Mar 8, 2016.
11.5 last night (1 beer! ok actually 1.5pints - I know how to party!), 9.6 in the morning.
bumping this post in case there is interest in T1's listing their morning and evening BG's
it appears to have died a couple of years ago..................
5.9 last night before bed, 6.2 this morning - way to go! Except that isn't the whole story!
Woke at 2:45 to 10.5 and did a correction, CGM showed I just gradually climbed from 23:00 to 01:00 and then levelled out until after my correction.
Goodie, @himtoo great idea for those who like numbers, me for one although I can go a bit fanatical if I haven't got enough work to do
So yesterday evening was 4.7 and morning dumped 6.2
2.4 this morning oh the joys
4.9 last night and an 8.4 this morning
8.7 last night, 5.7 this morning
Last night my Libre told me I was near death i.e. LO , this morning 5.1 mmol. New sensor took a while to settle down despite inserting it 24 hours before activation.
oh you didn't get the memo then!
Been in the low 4s all day not good for me heads banging...on the upside (if there is one)i had plenty of treats just been one of those days
Not a very efficient gadget, having more than second thoughts about getting one. Hope you're OK
I was 9.1 last night and 5.8 this sunny morning, weird.
Well I made a change to my basal regime last night expecting to see some different results via my CGM over night...........except my sensor failed and I hypo'd just before bed, probably as a result of the change, was 11.8 this morning
1st dodgy sensor for ~ 1 year, because I get them on prescription I don't have a spare sensor so I'm going to be finger pricking alot for the next 10 days. Normally pretty good though , couldn't do without it.
Woke up to reading of 2.7 mmol (the one touch verio gave me a more realistic 5.2 mmol) after going to bed at 5.5 mmol
OK, not the gadget but the plug you stick in your arm! Can you swim in it and have a shower?
Yep no problems for swimming / showering. The sensor guidelines say it can be immersed in water for up to 30 mins but I've been in a lot longer. I always have some surgical tape to hand just in case it starts coming loose.
Yikes!! 8.8 going to bed but horror 12.8 @ 5am. I'm sure I wasn't that bad.
Went to bed at midnight 5.9, and woke at 5am with 2.8.
I have had very poor management-and understanding of my required levels- hence why I just joined this site despite being a T1D for 13 years.
I was on Lantus- a rather random figure of 50 units which has just built up over the years. I was switched to Tresiba 2 weeks ago and am now trying to establish what my Basel units actually should be and so not eating beyond 8pm. I have been having hypos every morning when I go to bed in the 5s and 6s. So I have been adjusting downwards. Last night I gave myself 25 units of Tresiba but as you can see I still woke to a hypo. 25 units is already my lowest since 2009. Any suggestions?
10.8 last night, 3u correction, 5.3 this morning.
After being diabetic for over 35 years its only really in last few years I have started to put in effort. getting a Libre last week has also helped my resolve to be better. Also switched to a fairly low carb diet.
So most nights stop eating around 7.30 pm bed at 10.30 with BG of around 6 and staying steady most of the night with BG next morning coming in around 5 to around 8.
What frustrates me and probably many on here is there is no consistency with my figures a lot of time. can go to bed at 6 wake up at 3am with a 3, other times go to bed with a 6 wake up with a 10
If someone knows the answer to this can they bloody well make it public knowledge!