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Sunday, September 26, 2010

HiGh

On the heels of last weekend's horrible low that required Glucagon,
Sugar has now been HIGH for several days.

Please note:  She hasn't been in the 500's (or even close, for that matter).  I just think this picture sums up my emotional response to her current rut.  That 525 you see there was actually after a movie during Spring Break when I obviously overcorrected a low AND underdosed the Mike & Ike's.
  
 Yeah...she'll come down...but goes right back up.

Changed sites.
Opened new vials.
Switched up the pump settings.

It's. driving. me. crazy.

And, because I still need to post for NaBloPoMo Day 25....I just thought I'd share.
That is all.
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5 comments:

  1. I hope it came down nicely and not too much. We see Endo tomorrow :(. Time to face the music. The pancreas report card has me nervous.

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  2. Hate hate hate the roller coaster of D!

    I really am hoping for those numbers to even out for sweet Sugar (and Mom too!)

    (**Please note: That H word is a word that I do not allow around my house....except when referring to D! I have made this exception for all members in my house, including and especially for Ally!)

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  3. I hate highs - I hate lows.
    Oh yea- come to think of it - I hate D.

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  4. Gotta share what's real baby! You'll figure it out...eventually we always do!

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  5. UGH!!!!

    Growth spurt? Is she coming down with some sort of an illness?

    I'm blowing some lows your way! Whoooosh!!!!

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