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Another one bites the dust

Discussion in 'Continuous Glucose Sensing' started by solobaricsrock, Sep 22, 2013.

  1. solobaricsrock

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    Nights of sleep that is. Changed sets at 1130 last night and I was a hair bit low for bedtime. So I changed sets and drank 4oz of Kool Aid. Apparently when I did my change I went into a fatty area I never used before and it took 3.5 hours and like 20 7nits of Novolog to get from 220 back down to 125. All the while my CGM sounds like a fire station alarm. Aye chihuahua!! But I do know now the set is good as well as the insulin per it maintaining a good sensor reading since about 4am. Just thought I would share. Have a great day yall!!!
     
  2. solobaricsrock

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    Turns out I bent the cannula in my set so it wasn't a total stop or occlusion, per no alarm, but I definitely wasn't getting all my insulin. Changed set. Problem solved. Just waiting an hour to see if my current high will start coming down.
     

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