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Heather(CA)
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Near Fresno California
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Sales Dist. (Rainbow Cleaning systems)

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Heather(CA)

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Heather(CA) was last seen:
Jun 4, 2018
    1. Heather(CA)
      Heather(CA)
      I will be, one way or anoyher in about 11 days :/
    2. wilf
      wilf
      Hey, are you ok?
    3. nanhsot
      nanhsot
      Hey, tried to reply to you but you have exceeded your mailbox storage! Go clean out your drawers young lady!
    4. Heather(CA)
      Heather(CA)
      Hi Wilf, if I suspect a rebound I try to give Seth something to eat. The I add everything up I would normally give him and subtract one unit. If he can't eat I give less of a correction. The higher the number from the rebound the less of a correction I give him. Because the higher the is, the more glucose I think the liver kicked out....So I need to leave more room for it to take it back.

      How low did she go?

      I'm not sure I would think a 240 is a rebound though. If you try this and it doesn't work, I don't think the 240 is from a rebound. Maybe just too many carbs for the low? Do you think that's a possibility?
    5. wilf
      wilf
      Hi Heather, Just wondering if you can post "Heather's magic formula for rebound highs" here. DD is 240 after what was probably a hard low, and I'm too brain dead to remember how you handle this. I figure if you post it here, it will always be handy for referencing..
    6. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
    7. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      I do think Selah's been doing some version of your trampoline, have made some adjustments based on that and her vertical lines all day on the CGMS have evened out. We are having much better nights, I was treating and correcting five or more times each night, now we have hours running even. I do think it's in part related, since I left a sudden high alone for awhile and it did, indeed, come down on its own. So, thanks, and thanks for putting info out there for the folks who need it.
    8. 5kids4me
      5kids4me
      Hi Heather, thank you for "friending" me;)
    9. PrimAdonna
      PrimAdonna
      Yes, it makes a lot of sense.

      We spent the first 4 weeks in bg bliss, if there is such a thing. Mattie's # were very good, very stable. I got lazy one meal last Wed. and guessed the carbs.. HELLO 44! The next few days were like an over correction on the roadway. You swerve left then swerve right and then back left again... the whole time the driver (me) is screaming HELP! Now that the # is leveling off again I am much more aware of just how fragile this D thing is and therefore more scared.

      It does help to know the why but there seem to be so many whys... stress, sickness, wrong carb count, growth, puberty, and just because... UGH. CWD is my life line.

      Thank you for the friend request :)
    10. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      I just posted and then deleted on your thread -- I just have a way of driving things a direction I didn't intend and didn't want to make you feel worse.
      I'll just short version here, I know you're "safe territory" because you've been in a position before to slam me and let me live. :0 People just get so touchy on that one, and I've been guilty of it myself, I hope you can understand and not be hurt, it's just so hard. Hope you have a good night.
    11. TheFormerLantusFiend
      TheFormerLantusFiend
      Just wanted to say... I knew you weren't being snarky. Don't want to continue a thread where people are saying stupid things. People get defensive easily.
    12. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Sorry. What was "doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result" the definition of again? And what do they call it when you mess up other peoples' threads with it? Collateral insanity? Really very sorry. Have a great one.
    13. HockeyAndSoccerMomof4
      HockeyAndSoccerMomof4
      Thank you so much. :) LOL. We've also had our fair share of marker-faced rides home. I'm thinking about putting up a few of those pics at their weddings. :p
    14. HockeyAndSoccerMomof4
      HockeyAndSoccerMomof4
      Yep, I do. Just added an album to my profile. :D
    15. Mymommymommy
      Mymommymommy
      how do we become friends on here?? THanks for sticking up for me and my friends son!
    16. Lys
      Lys
      Heather: How are you? I want to be in contact with you again...
      Are you in facebook? msn?
      I saw you are getting the pump!! good luck! congratulations!
      ok see you soon my friend!! remember you were the frist one talking to me in CWD..
    17. alex's mom
      alex's mom
      Alex will be 13 in Sept. He is playing baseball now & he loves it. I am hoping he will try cross country or track next yr in school.
      He has been going through a growth spurt as well and the hormones are raging!!!
    18. alex's mom
      alex's mom
      our sons are about the same age, any advice on how we are going to get through the teen years??? LOL
    19. TheFormerLantusFiend
      TheFormerLantusFiend
      Oral drugs for type 2 diabetes were introduced in the early 1950s. The first class was sulfaminides. I did a diabetes art project once and used articles from the 1920s about the discovery of insulin plus a couple of articles from the 1950s that warned that oral drugs didn't work for everybody as my background.
    20. linda
      linda
      Yes, we did, and we always take care of the nurses, all holidays, etc. They think we are the mopst generous people, and we canr understand why so many people take them for granted!! (Guess they dont realize some schools dont have nurses!!!)
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    Location:
    Near Fresno California
    Occupation:
    Sales Dist. (Rainbow Cleaning systems)
    Who has diabetes?:
    One child
    Does your family have celiac?:
    No
    Happily married, I have 3 boys, 14, 15 and 16 (with a licence HA!). The youngest has D.

    Coaching Soccer, golfing, going to movies and chatting on CWD

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    Seth 17, dx'd at 7 (shots for most of 9+ years, has been on the Omnipod/Apidra for 1 year)

    Always always always....Trust your gut!::cwds:
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