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Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by kallygirl, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. kallygirl

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    We are on a pump and yes it does reduce the amount of insulin for below target. That was something I checked in my daycare providers numbers yesterday to make sure she was taking into account his 85 blood sugar when dosing and she was.
     
  2. dk10

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    depending on the kind of meal she had (high protein or medium fat), my daughter's numbers sometimes rise as much as 3+ hours later. For these meals, we usually 'double dose' but the second is a good two hours after the first bolus. I'm talking abour everyday meals, with a good portion of protein- not pizza.
     
  3. kallygirl

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    Thanks dk10 - Typically he is eating neither alot of protein or fat. Pretty simple kid meals while there. Crackers, PB sandwiches, 1% milk, apples, bananas etc...
     

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