High PMPS

Discussion in 'Prozinc / PZI' started by Teenuh, Jan 23, 2018.

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  1. Teenuh

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    Here I am talking about good numbers and look what happens.
    I haven't needed to give a shot in "awhile". PMPS was 330. I retested and she was at 337.

    She was just at the vet yesterday. Urine was checked. Doubt it's a UTI.

    Should I give a shot?

    @Djamila @Kris & Teasel @Rachel @Critter Mom
     
  2. Teenuh

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    Update: I think it is high because she ate my frosting! I made cup cakes for work tomorrow and I just noticed a couple the cupcakes are missing some frosting.
     
  3. Rachel

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    :eek::eek::eek: Gracie!!!! I hope you still have enough cupcakes for work...Gracie just wanted to taste test them for you?

    Sorry we didn't reply! I was fast asleep last night...been a rough couple of days at work and a rough couple of nights of little sleep, so last night I crashed hard! What did you decide to do?
     
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  4. Teenuh

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    Totally understand--no hard feelings!!

    Apparently, she needed to approve of them? She's definitely a brat.

    I opted for no shot-partially because I wanted to see if her body would come down naturally since she "was" doing well. Although, since she has diabetes--my logic doesn't necessarily make complete sense.

    She appeared to be fine. Kept me up all night playing with anything and everything she could find. It was almost like she knew I had to be up extremely early.

    I tried getting a read on her prior to leaving this morning, but that was the last thing she wanted to do.

    PS: My comment about a UTI was completely out of left field. Disregard that wacky part.
     
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  5. Djamila

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    No shot was the right choice. At this point if she throws you a high number, you want to wait, test again during the next cycle, and see where she's at. If you get a couple of high numbers in a row, then we look at re-starting insulin.
     
  6. Teenuh

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    Glad I made the right choice.
     
  7. Sarah Smith

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    :cat: love that she kept you up all night, SUGAR RUSH! :po_O Hope her numer is good tonight :bighug:
     
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  8. Teenuh

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    I won't be home the test until tomorrow morning.
     
  9. Sarah Smith

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    Sorry, forgot about your schedule! :cat:
     
  10. Teenuh

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    My schedule was extra wacky over the last 24 hours. I don't know why I didn't think it through better. I didn't work last night, but had to be at school at 3:45 this morning for a medical field trip.

    Then I came straight to work after.

    I'm dead exhausted.
     
  11. Rachel

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    I bet! Forgive us..we're gonna forget your schedule from time to time. We don't have great memories here! :blackeye::confused:

    Hope you get a good number when you're home next and that you get some sleep!
     
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  12. Teenuh

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    You guys will always be forgiven! Numbers were good.:D
     
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  13. Critter Mom

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    Gracie! :eek: Naughty, naughty kitteh!!! :stop:

    Glad you discovered the root cause of the stinky pink.


    Mogs
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  14. Teenuh

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    She is a naughty one!
     
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