- Relationship to Diabetes
- Type 1
I usually do Alan and that was the obvious thing given the level at the café and I'd then done another 10 miles. As you know sometimes with hypos your brain gets a bit addled and thinking straight goes out of the window. In this case I think I was trying to work out if I felt like my levels were a bit high from the malt loaf and gel . I could keep the meter in my jersey rear pocket - not warm but should be warmer than the saddle bag where it is at the moment) but by the time I've taken it out, inserted a strip, pricked finger, got some blood (not easy with cold fingers) it may get the error message. I'll give it a try. It's back to those three letters again though C-G-M.Always safest to assume a hypo if you feel bad/odd Matt - I've done the same out on a run when I realised I'd forgotten my meter. Can you keep the meter close to your skin to keep it warmer?