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    1. Omo2three
      :)Hi wilf, how are ya? We are heading out on our 1st long trip with D, going to Glacier National park near the Canada rockies. thought of you then:D

      Have you been there? Not looking forward to the long 25-30 hour drive and Bg numbers will be dynamic ~no activity and then camping/hiking....can't wait for the fun to begin! Have a good Day! Sheryl
    2. Sarah Maddie's Mom
      Sarah Maddie's Mom
      :confused:Hey, MDI genius needed in ckhpea's thread about needing a little night help. She's in Canada and I'm not sure I'm getting her conversions, numbers seem really high...
    3. MissEmi
      Hi! I read your post that says your daughter reads the parents forum now and then. I know she's not quite a teen yet, but we'd love to have her on the teens forum, if it would help her have an outlet for D.
    4. Omo2three
      Happy Easter Wilf! Sheryl
    5. twodoor2
      I like that you got an avitar finally. Looks like a beautiful place.
    6. Bryce
      Hello, I need to know your name because I need two interviews and could you give me someone for me to interview.
    7. TheFormerLantusFiend
      Wilf- I was just reading a post of yours and I get the impression you think basal should ALWAYS be at least 40% of the TDD. Did I misread your post? I would have crazy night time lows if I did that, and I pick my Lantus dose by what gets me the flattest overnight profile. Usually that drops me during the day too, and it's generally about 30% of my total dose. Right now I'm averaging just over 20 units of Novolog per day, and just under 10 units of Lantus. I'm having very few nighttime highs and quite a few nighttime lows (keep waking up in the 30s-60s). I imagine if I tried 15 Lantus I would bottom out.
      I believe that the best basal is the one whose imperfections you can correct, meaning that I want mine to work perfectly overnight and I don't care that much about what happens in the day. If you think some other basal philosophy works better, I'd like to know why.
    8. Dickens
      Thanks for expressing interest in my initial posts. I've added a little info to the "About Me" section.
    9. Omo2three
      Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family!:)
    10. Omo2three
      Hi Wilf,
      Sounds like we both have a bit in common ~ a preteen! Thanks for your input in the forums, it just makes sense when you do the math right. I ordered a book on using Insulin to better understand it.
      Blessings to you and your family!
    11. Mary Jayne
      Mary Jayne
      Always enjoy reading your interesting posts.... Keep up the good work!!
    12. zoesmama
      I can't thank you enough for all of your help the last few days. Don't know what I'd do without the help, I REALLY appreciate it!
    13. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Thanks for filling me in on susyQ. that would have made me nuts.
    14. twodoor2
      You must be back from your vaction hiatus. Good to see you posting more!!
    15. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Thanks for the help. Lisa P.
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    Hamilton, Canada
    Who has diabetes?:
    One child
    Does your family have celiac?:
    Dad of Amy, 19, who has Type 1 diabetes

    canoeing, running, hiking



    Proud Dad of Amy (19), diagnosed Aug. 2006 and getting MDI of Apidra, Regular and Lantus..
    and Sylvie (15); very happy husband of Shirla!
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