11/08 Nelli AMPS 125 PMPS 137

Discussion in 'Lantus / Basaglar (glargine) and Levemir (detemir)' started by Krystina & Nelli, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. Krystina & Nelli

    Krystina & Nelli Well-Known Member

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    Nelli PM shot was given one hour early last night by mistake. Should I give AM 12 hours later?
    Thank you.
     
  2. Rosie & Bailey

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    Pretty sure that's what I have heard suggested.
    Shot should always be at least 12 hours after the last shot.
     
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  3. LizzieInTexas

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  4. Sienne and Gabby (GA)

    Sienne and Gabby (GA) Well-Known Member

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    You shoot 12 hours later. However, you also need to get back on schedule. To do so, you have 2 choices. You can shoot 30 min early once each day or 15 min early each shot time until you're back on schedule.

    Neil's SS is looking great, BTW.
     
  5. Rosie & Bailey

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    So looks like you can shoot at +11.5 today and continue to work your way back to your normal shot time.

    *read the info at the link :)
     
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    Reason for edit: Read the link.
  6. carfurby

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    Good luck getting Nelli back on schedule. She is looking good.
     
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  7. Mandy & Rex

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    I think everyone thinks you shot an hour later than you should have. Didn't you say you shot an hour early? Then you can just wait until your normal AMPS to shoot if that's 13 hours later. It will just act as a reduced dose.
     
  8. Rosie & Bailey

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    Yes, you are right. Hopefully, Krystina figured it out before leaving for work. Thanks for correcting :)
     
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  9. Krystina & Nelli

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    Yes, I shot an hour early last night.
    @Mandy & Rex, Didn’t realize this whole mess (dang time stamp on meter was still off o_O), until this morning and once I realized- I wanted to do something before I head heard from anyone here so… I shot 30 minutes later this morning :facepalm:?
    What are you suggesting I do moving into PM shot... time?
    I am very confused :-|
     
  10. Mandy & Rex

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    Are you still half an hour early when it's 12 hours after the AM shot tonight? If so, then you can shoot half an hour late again then you are back on track. :cat:
     
  11. Bellasmom

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  12. Olive & Paula

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    Nice start.
     
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  13. Krystina & Nelli

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    Yes... I was on a mission dropping time back in 15 minute increments when the mistake last night occurred :-\
    How bout this...
    I will shoot exactly 12 hours later tonight than AM and then tomorrow start dropping back again in 15 minute increments?
     
  14. Mandy & Rex

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    It's your decision. If you shoot half an hour late tonight, you may not see any effect. We worry more about if the shot is early, rather than late.
     
  15. Krystina & Nelli

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  16. Krystina & Nelli

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    @Mandy & Rex, What is the “ worry more about if the shot is early”...
    It was.
     
  17. Mandy & Rex

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    I understand that. But you're asking how to adjust your shot times if you shot early last night. Just shoot late and you will be back to your normal times.
     
  18. carfurby

    carfurby Well-Known Member

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    An early shot acts like a dose increase. A late shot acts like a dose reduction. You may want to get a +2 tonight just to be safe.
     
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  19. Krystina & Nelli

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    Thanks Carla, :)
     
  20. Krystina & Nelli

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    Ok.
     

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