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8/15 Roo: AMPS=234, +1=286, +11.5=307 // PMPS=360, +1=392, +2=369, +4=343 - should I increase?

Discussion in 'Lantus / Basaglar (glargine) and Levemir (detemir)' started by Armish & Roo, Aug 15, 2019.

  1. Armish & Roo

    Armish & Roo Member

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    A low(ish) yellow, woohoo! Happy with today, fingers crossed he goes blue today while I'm at work :cool:

    Hope everyone has a lovely day! It's almost Friday, yea! :woot:
     
  2. carfurby

    carfurby Well-Known Member

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    Nice start today. I hope Roo surfs safely for you.
     
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  3. Sonia & Leo

    Sonia & Leo Well-Known Member

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    Have a really great day Armish! Hope Roo goes blue!
     
  4. Ti-Mousse

    Ti-Mousse Well-Known Member

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    Come on Roo, just one BLUE for Armish !! :cool:
     
  5. CandyH and Catcat

    CandyH and Catcat Well-Known Member

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    good start for Roo -- maybe there will be a cat playday on the beach and in the shallows today
     
  6. Armish & Roo

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    Not sure if he went blue, but we're back in pink! I still don't know what to do about this potential FS and increasing. Really want to increase tonight.
     
  7. Armish & Roo

    Armish & Roo Member

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    Decided to stick with it even though I'm not loving that idea. Will def increase tomorrow night as that will be 6 cycles.
     
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  8. Armish & Roo

    Armish & Roo Member

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    I am so confused, on the smaller dose there was a decent down curve but now he's just flat. Should I increase tomorrow morning? Or tomorrow night?
     
  9. carfurby

    carfurby Well-Known Member

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    He could be dipping down during the day and you're not seeing it. Since you can't monitor during the day, you may want to wait until tomorrow night to increase the dose.
     

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