3/5 Govie amps??/ +4 215/ pmps 286

Discussion in 'Lantus / Basaglar (glargine) and Levemir (detemir)' started by Govies mom (Karen), Mar 5, 2018.

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  1. Govies mom (Karen)

    Govies mom (Karen) Well-Known Member

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    http://www.felinediabetes.com/FDMB/...-10-5-244-pmps-335-3-214.192090/#post-2144081
    Today was absolutely crazy. At my new place the dumpsters are out back where my windows are and right when I got the drop of blood and was ready to put the meter to it, trash truck lifted the dumpster and scared the crap out of her which usually never ever happens. However it was right at 11 a.m. and I had inspections for my apartment today at that time so I was unable to get another reading because she wouldn't let me so I went ahead and gave her the one unit, and +tested her plus four4 + got 215. I do not know why she's been high lately last few readings anyhow I'll see how tonight goes
     
  2. Bronx's dad

    Bronx's dad Well-Known Member

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    Looks like a bounce to me
     
  3. Govies mom (Karen)

    Govies mom (Karen) Well-Known Member

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    Gosh man, I mean we were sailing so good since I moved in here. And to jump like that I just don't get it man. Now I've got a little bit left in the vial could be that I'm at the end I'm going to get a new vial
     
  4. Tracey&Jones

    Tracey&Jones Well-Known Member

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    It looks like she bounced from that 57 in the evening of the 2nd. But you have also moved the dose around a lot from .75u on the evening of the 3rd, to 1u in the morning of the 4th and then 1.25u in the evening, back to 1u yesterday morning then 1.25u last night. That can cause some wonky numbers.

    You may want to go back to the .75u and keep that dose steady for at least 6 cycles to see if she earned that reduction on the 2nd and if numbers don't improve then go back up to the 1u.
     
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