Re: And now a hypo!
- From: outsider <outsider@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2012 00:14:14 -0600
On 1/25/2012 10:42 PM, hemyd wrote:
"Julie Bove"<juliebove@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Last night I felt distinctly "funny" at about 2am, and my bg was 73. I ate a
"Wayne Mitchell"<gwmitchell104@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Julie Bove"<juliebove@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have had it for many years. Perhaps a lot longer than I
know. I had stomach problems at age 15 where I simply could
not keep any form of food in my system at all.
Yikes! With that history, isn't a mere hypo of 76 pretty much a
By the way, how low is 76 for you? My mom gets symptoms of a low if she
goes under 100, and at 75 she loses her vision. I know that some folks
don't show symptoms until they are below 70.
I have been as low as 26 but that was many years ago. I am supposed to
stay between 90 and 130. I had no symptoms at 76. Was talking on the
phone to someone and she didn't mention that I sounded goofy which I
sometimes do when hypo.
small apple. A few nights before then I woke up with a bg of 64, and did not
feel it at all. Much has been written about the occasional inability to
detect hypos. I read of people collapsing from a hypo without being aware it
I have a friend like that. Has to set the alarm clock for 2:30 AM to
take a reading. The situation in the middle of the night is usually
either way too high, requiring insulin, or too low, requiring food.
That individual has been classified a type 1.5 by a competent endo,
a type 1 with insulin resistance.
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