Evening Dosage Advice Requested

Discussion in 'Prozinc / PZI' started by Greg and Goma & Friends, Jan 9, 2018.

  1. Greg and Goma & Friends

    Greg and Goma & Friends Member

    Dec 8, 2017
    I am preparing to give the evening injection shortly. Goma is appearing to be coming off of her bounce a bit. What I am seeing now though is the approximate same pmps bg she had prior to the morning low reading during the evening morning cycle Jan 4/5. I am somewhat concerned I may be approaching that territory again and would rather not obviously. She has been on 2.5u for 3 cycles and was prepared to continue this for another 3 cycles however, again, the pmps bg's are so close I am unsure. Would appreciate thoughts... Otherwise I will stick with the 2.5u and stay up monitoring again.
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2018
  2. FurBabiesMama

    FurBabiesMama Well-Known Member

    Jul 6, 2017
    I would stay with the 2.5. Her numbers are still quite high. If you can get a test at +3 or +4, you can see if she is starting to go lower than you want, and you will have time to steer things before she goes too low. It looks like the low number before was at +6.25.
  3. Greg and Goma & Friends

    Greg and Goma & Friends Member

    Dec 8, 2017
    Okay - Thank You - Gave 2.5u and will monitor. Thought it would be okay, but then again, being new and all...Appreciate the assist.
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  4. Djamila

    Djamila Well-Known Member

    Aug 1, 2015
    She does seem to like this 2.5u dose. Come on Goma, hold steady today, sweet kitty! If she goes low at +6 or later, try to steer using regular low carb food and see if that is enough to bring her back up. Adding carbs is sometimes necessary if they are diving into those lime greens early in the cycle, but if it's later in the cycle, often a low carb snack is enough to steady them. Hopefully she'll just hit some nice pretty blues for you today.
  5. Critter Mom

    Critter Mom Well-Known Member

    Jun 16, 2014
    And stay away from that trampoline, young lady! :)


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