Group 7-day waking average?

Kaylz

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Oh my goodness how did that happen, looks so sore.
The tank I was using was a rebuildable meaning that where you install your wire coils (the build deck) is centred and risen a few inches, it attacked me while I was trying to get it off my mod the other day lol, its really sore but hopefully it'll heal soon even though its nit getting a chance to dry out
Nice tank by the way, I only have a medium one x
Thanks its my new baby lol, by law you can only sell a tank thats 2ml capacity in the UK due to TPD but this is a seperately bought extension tube which is allowed, my rebuildable was a 4.5ml as well so I'd take badly if i were to go back to a 2ml tank xx
 

Ditto

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G'day all. 7.9 @ 7.47am. :) I now want to watch The Last Ship. This pain under my arm is driving me nuts.

Agh Kaylz your hands! :(
 

Bexlee

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Evening all. A 4.6 for me this morning

People sound busy sort of semi getting back to normal maybe dare I say even if it is with masks on. My friend at work made me a science geek mask. I’ll upload a picture if I can.
@Kaylz have you tried sudocrem on your hands? May sooth a little when in bed an asleep and aid healing.

Have a good evening all
 

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Kaylz

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@Kaylz have you tried sudocrem on your hands? May sooth a little when in bed an asleep and aid healing.
It's just the left one that's like that, unfortunately Sudocrem brings me out in spotty bumps wherever I use it so I just don't bother with it xx
 

SueEK

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[QUOTE="Kaylz, post: 984705, member: 16987[/QUOTE]
Ooh sounds painful. I find vaping a godsend though only use menthol, simply replacing what I used to have. Hope your hand heals quickly x
 

Kaylz

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[QUOTE="Kaylz, post: 984705, member: 16987
Ooh sounds painful. I find vaping a godsend though only use menthol, simply replacing what I used to have. Hope your hand heals quickly x
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Twas and still is lol, took pliers and a rubber glove in the end to remove it! :eek: Well that's about 2 and a half years I've been off the fags now, seen as I mix my own I vape a lot of different flavours but mostly custards and desserts, one of my favourites though is a Drumsticks sweet flavoured one shot from a vendor that donates quite regularly to Diabetes.org.uk! xx
 

Snowwy

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Morning all,
A 5.6 this morning, gathering my mind and body for a run later hopefully before the rain!
Its all very quiet around here...

Blessings Snowwy
 

Baz.

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Morning all,

5.9 is my my score today
 

Lanny

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05:50 BS 6.2 :) Quite literally JUST flopped back down exhausted on the bed after doing a gauntlet of a bin run, 750 steps, there & back! 06:12 BS 10.2:eek: Combo of DP, exercise, stress & sheer effort resulting in a rise of 4mmol! Dosen’t surprise me as I’ve tested before after situations like this before & the BS rise is about the same!:rolleyes: This time it took me 2 rest stops on the way up, weight of the bin, & 1 rest stop on the way back down: last time I ran that bin gauntlet was quite soon after CV exactly 4 weeks ago, bin was only half full 2 weeks ago & didn’t do it, when it took me 3 rest stops on the way up & 2 on the way back down; slight improvement there but, not much after 4 weeks, really! I will be starting my last week of meds later today so, will need to get blood tests done at the Health Centre on Monday before I can get more! I’m mentally & physically trying to prepare myself for that but, I AM nervous about braving the hoards! :eek:

Ahhh!:) 06:24 as I type, my heart rate is JUST about back down to nearly normal now, for me these days, & I realise I did the whole bin gauntlet a bit faster this time too! It’s the rise in heart rate that’s exhausting more than the shortness of breath: breathing comes back down to normal a LOT faster too so, I have the patience to wait for that during rest stops; heart rate takes MUCH longer & I can’t really wait for that to come back down to normal during stops!:eek: It’s not until I’m home again that my heart rate gets back down again!:rolleyes: Next time I may try testing myself in 2 weeks time & see where I am: bin will THAT much lighter too?:rolleyes:

A Very Good Morning to you all!;) Have a Wonderful Day & carry the Sunshine on the Inside as there’s still not that much of it on the outside, a bit grey but, dry, for now, here!;)

Will have a correction added to breakfast Novorapid now & eat pork dumplings, gyozas, for breakfast! :p:D:cool:;)
 

SueEK

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Morning everyone, 6.2 for me today. Been a manic week at work, sooo busy and had to do overtime as so much work. At long last pstients are contacting the GP for very necessary things and needing referral. @Lanny sorry you are not improving much, try not to worry about going to your GP, believe me there are very few patients going in and those that do are wearing masks and the premises are as clean as they can be, we are following strict protocol - good luck.
Am off shopping at good old Sainsbury’s now, going to pack my bags ready for Saturday and am so looking forward to having a change of scenery at our caravan, yippee. Mind you getting in there is a job in itself, having to give a time slot to arrive, had to print off a pass for our car, no visitors allowed etc etc, but they are just trying to be safe so shan’t moan.
Overcast and cooler here so washing will need to be dried indoors. Have a good day xx
 

freesia

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Morning all. A VERY disapointing 9.3 this morning . Can't understand it 100% in target yesterday, bedtime a steady 6.4 then at 1am its spiked sharply and stayed in the upper levels until i got up when it dropped to the 9.3. Have had this happen for a few weeks now although not every night. I upped the Tresiba but if its going to go up it always seems to be around 1am. Early DP possibly? Have a good day everyone.
 

MeeTooTeeTwo

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5.4 for me this morning. :)
Stay safe and well.

Dez
 

Ditto

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Morning all. Up just gone 4 all gungho to get in the garden, thought can nap later and now it's torrential grr agh. Will do plant admin instead then. Heh! :) Might ease off later but it looks like it's in for the day.

8.3 @ 4.45am but I don't think that was a proper reading as I could only get the tiniest pinprick of blood despite numerous pricks. I never get a good reading with a pinprick. Must have blood like sludge.

Fines reintroduced if you don't send your kids to school. I would be getting fined then.

SueEK you are so lucky going to your caravan. Have a jolly time. If I win the UK Lotto I'm buying a Winnebago.

My sister's lot should be here from Finland very soon, they're here to stay and will be living permanently with Deb and them. That's why they wanted son's bigger house. Son didn't really want their house, doesn't like it, but wanted the bigger house for his auntie, he's a good lad.

I am miserable with that stupid niggly pain. I think it's lungs, feel breathless. Started up again not long after I got up. I might even be forced to ring for a phone appt. Agh. I hates the doctors.

Will y'all be going to the pub? I don't get swimming pools not open but pubs are. Eh?

I'm looking forward to the 4th July, gonna celebrate bloody ex-colonials with two Independence Day films on Sky, luv Bill Pullman. He should have been President! ;)
 

Bloden

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Morning folks. :) A bit low with a 3.1 here. That’ll be yesterday afternoon’s gardening sesh.

Well, I messed up yesterday - I had a phone appointment lined up with endocronology, but completely forgot (ashamed emoji). I just hope they’re not in the mood for wasting nhs resources and make me another appointment.

How many steps @Lanny? o_OD’you live in a castle on top of a hill in the top floor flat with no lift?;)
 

Kaylz

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Morning

@freesia do you keep a food diary? Just wondering if you've possibly been having fattier/protein heavy meals on the occasions you are spiking at 1am etc

Bruce needs to buy a new vape mod, neither of the 2 he has takes the new tank, 2mm too small! Jealous as I like the look of one of them that he was looking at (on my recommendation as he doesn't know too much about vapes!) but he's trying to stop smoking this time at least!

Anyways its a 5.8 for me this morning and greeted with a low battery message on the ol BG meter so must take fresh batteries through and replace them

Stay safe and have a nice day my lovelies
xx
 

freesia

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Morning

@freesia do you keep a food diary? Just wondering if you've possibly been having fattier/protein heavy meals on the occasions you are spiking at 1am etc

Bruce needs to buy a new vape mod, neither of the 2 he has takes the new tank, 2mm too small! Jealous as I like the look of one of them that he was looking at (on my recommendation as he doesn't know too much about vapes!) but he's trying to stop smoking this time at least!

Anyways its a 5.8 for me this morning and greeted with a low battery message on the ol BG meter so must take fresh batteries through and replace them

Stay safe and have a nice day my lovelies
xx
I do keep a food diary. Had a bit more protein last night but ate about 6.30pm. Would it make a difference as there are near on 7hrs between eating and the spike? I didnt have anything else after, only a coffee about 9pm
 
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