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Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by mommyofAx4, Oct 2, 2008.

  1. mommyofAx4

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    I was weondering what your guys range is for bed time?Ours is 100-150 i was wondering how different it is from other kids especially ones her age.
     
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    Although our endo says not to worry if in the 90s, I still prefer Ian to be within 100 and 200. We do not correct til above 200 at night.
     
  3. danismom79

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    I used to like it to be around 150 because we use NPH at night. But I've since found out that her dawn phenomenon is so strong, so I try to put her to bed right about where I want her to wake up.
     
  4. Lee

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    100-180 - I had to haggle it down to 180 though...
     
  5. alismom

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    100-150 but if she is in the high 90's we let it be.
     
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    Ideally 100-120. But, since we're pumping (and assuming his evening activity and food intake was "normal"), I'll let him go down to the mid 80's before giving him juice.
     
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    Our range is 70 to 150 during the day and 100 to 150 at night. :cwds:
     
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    I usually like it around 120-150 at night. I correct anything over 200 at night. I am hoping once we start pumping and get the CGMS I can lower those numbers a bit and feel comfortable with it.
     
  9. BozziesMom

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    110-200... but we're lots younger. No help, right? :)
     
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    our endo said to shoot for now lower than 130 at bedtime. It sems to be a good number for us.
     
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    Our range is up to 220 and I am nervous of anything under 150.
     
  12. hawkeyegirl

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    Ideally, I'd put him to bed every night at 110-120. With the CGM, I'm okay with less than 110, but it gets annoying if he dips below 90 too much, because of the alarms. Although since that's what allows me to run him lowish at night, I really shouldn't complain. I correct at night above 140.
     
  13. Claire64

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    Landon is 10 and his bedtime range is 90-130. However, if he's been really active, I usually make sure he's at least 100/110.
     
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    Aaron's night basals have all gone wonky and we are plagued with 1 am lows so... until we get things sorted, I like him to be sort of 120-140. In the good old days he could go to bed at 100 and be fine....
     
  15. sugarmonkey

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    Phillips is 5-10 (90-180). he corrects anything over 12 (216). I still find it hard to leave him at 5 but I do know he'll be fine.
     

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