2/8 Silver AMPS 162 PMPS 124

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  1. Juliet

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  2. Bobbie And Bubba

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    Hi Juliet. It does look like a late nadir. Bubba use to be a late nadir cat. All his lowest numbers were at the pre shot times. Then he started to rise around +4 and then by +10 - +11 he was coming down and then the AMPS and the PMPS was his lowest yet.

    It will be interesting to see a curve this weekend especially during the AM cycle to see if the same thing happens.

    If he is a late nadir cat, the good news is that it makes shooting the lower numbers easier especially when you aren't home all day.
     
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    Not sure I’m going to be around to do a curve this weekend. I have plans for the long weekend. Ive done several curves and his nadir seems to be around +7 or 8. Not as late as 10 or 11.
     
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    It just his last few cycles that looks like he switched up his nadir .
     
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    Another nice start for Silver. I hope you see some blue when you get home.
     
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    Nice start. The date in your title is Jan. instead of Feb.
     
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    Where do you see that? His + 4 has ALWAYS been higher.
     
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    I’ll fix. Thanks.
     
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    Not always, sometimes it's lower, sometimes the same with meter variance and sometimes higher.
     
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    We will have to agree to differ on this one. And everyone keeps telling me to ignore meter variance do we can’t throw it back in when it suits us.
     
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    Ignore comparing two meters against each other, but meter variance on one meter is just that, 20% +or - difference.


    ETA : All meter have a 20% + or - variance.
     
  12. Juliet

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    I choose to compare meters as is my prerogative. And in actual fact the two meters I use are not in line with that + or - 20%. I have done extensive research into this subject.
     
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    Could you share your research with the board? Maybe we could all learn something .
     
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    People can do their own research just as easily as I did so no.
     
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    Nice blues. Keep it up Silver. Would like to catch a green or two over the weekend...
     
  16. Bobbie And Bubba

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    Juliet, I am not sure where you are coming from. This board was created for the sole purpose of helping each other learn about Feline Diabetes and how to successfully treat our kitties. All the people here are only trying to help you with what we have learned and yet almost every step of the way you come across like you think everyone is trying to "trick" you or give contrary information. At times you have been caustic and righteous and not at all gracious for the time that those of us that have visited your thread should have received.

    Your tone has been rude more than once and on a previous thread you apologized to me and I accepted it. But, I need you to know that my time is going to be better spent on threads where people are willing to try something that those of us that have been here long enough know works. And on thread that are not argumentative and mean spirited to someone who is trying to help out.

    If Silver were to have a 911 and I see that thread, I would offer to you everything that I know to help change the scenario to help keep Silver safe. But, I will no longer be visiting your threads. My time is going to be spent where it is appreciated and I don't feel like I have to argue with that person.

    I wish Silver all the best.
     
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    You’re obviously misinterpreting my tone. That’s fine with me.
     
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