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Another checking at night thread-I am a little stunned with this one.

Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by ashtensmom, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. Christopher

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    Right, but you wouldn't need to get up and check it since there is an alarm that would tell you if he was out of range. But to me, you are still "checking" his bg at night. Danielle did a CGM trial and hated the feel of it, so she will not wear one. I think it would be great to have that kind of help at night.
     
  2. FloridaMom

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    We check every 2-3 hours overnight. I consider what we do with Ryan now to have a direct affect on his quality of life as an adult. I saw too much growing up with a parent who had Type 2 (yes, I know they are different!!!). I don't EVER want to see Ryan go through those things. If I can somehow prevent it, I will do every single thing in my power.
     

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