Nothing to see here… Just pumping the insulin in the sharps container as I watch for bubbles to clear the tubing…
(Yes, I’m a day late, but this also isn’t a “wordless” post… soooo…)
I’m irritated and frustrated. My overnight BGs are horrible, and I’m sure it’s going to make my A1c crap. But I cannot for the life of me figure out why they are so high. I’ve adjusted basals, tried to eliminate lows before bed that could be making rebound highs… I just don’t get it. 😦 I’m envious of other people’s graphs that seemingly have excellent overnight lines and wonder to myself how do they do it?
I’m still working on it. Trying to figure out an answer before my endo appt on Monday…. Which is totally bass-aackward from how it’s supposed to be, right?
Feeling defeated. Feeling irritated. Feeling tired. Can I go back to bed now?
They’re a lot harder to see in the new pods thanks to the smaller windows.
But it appears that I have a bleeder here, which would explain my BG’s hovering in the 160-220 range. 😦
When he sweats… his hair curls into an adorable mess: