Group 7-day waking average?

SueEK

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Lanny

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5.0 for me out of the 4's. Up early just have more energy, this lasts a few days then I sleep 10 hours.

It's nice to look forward to the day even get abit disappointed at night because the day has ended. Treadmill for me after breakfast and now wear the safety cord as I fell off a couple of weeks ago and it threw me across the garage and into the calor gas heater, got away with a bruised leg.
A like only for the BS! :)

Good grief! For the rest! Do we need to wrap YOU up in cotton wool as well like @eggyg wants to do with Ted @KARNAK ? :rolleyes::D;)
 

Gwynn

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Good morning.

5.3 here at 6am

Off to see the diabetic nurse at 11am this morning. Hopefully I will get an HbA1c test.

Great news: I have reached my goal weight (according to the scales). 65Kg. Time to start thinking about readjusting diet to a weight maintenance diet.
 

HenryBennett

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The surprising thing is that he couldn’t have been more than 5 years max out of med school and he’s already responding to diabetes in a well established medication only mindset.
I wasn’t seeing him for anything related to the diabetes but it struck me as a real shame that someone so young is already so set in their ways.
Depressing:mad: Fortunately being on this forum means we’re enlightened.
 

freesia

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After a really good day with levels yesterday, woke overnight with a vertical line up to 15!!!!! Why?!!! 2u correction has bought me down to 7.8 this morning.
In work today, have a good one everyone.
@Snowwy congratulations, thats great news!!
 

MeeTooTeeTwo

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4.5 for me today. :)
Rain, rain and more rain forecast. :confused:

Dez
 

Bloden

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He built a pergola a few years ago, could just put a roof on it maybe?
That’s Mr Bloden’s summer project - a pergola with a roof - but we couldn’t think of a name for it...bus stop, lean-to, eating outside covered area. Be-roofed pergola is much nicer. :)

Morning folks.:D 4.8 here.

I hope your chest improves @Lanny - sounds really uncomfortable, poor you.

Well done @Snowwy - great work and a great result!!!
 

Robin

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Morning all, 6.2 here, with three lovely compression dips on my overnight trace. I hate that, it ruins my 'time in target'. New sensor yesterday, and the inserter didn't operate very well, it gave a very feeble 'clunk' and I had to pull it away quite firmly to get it to detach. Never had that happen before, but the sensor stayed attached to my skin like a limpet, so fingers crossed.
 

Kaylz

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Morning

Feeling quite low and down in the dumps after a bit of an argument with Bruce yesterday, I received a call not long after dinner, only answered as was intrigued with it being a number from a nearby town, it was a call about booking a vaccine, after a chat with them I decided I would pass on booking and I'd go on the list to be seen at the GP surgery in my town when they have a vaccine and hold a clinic, I haven't been out in 11 months and leaving the house is daunting alone so I couldn't accept the offer of going to the local hospital as I REALLY CAN'T bring myself to get on public transport, both my mum and his mum understand and agree I have to do what I am comfortable with but it's almost as if he hates me for it, he's also not happy that he hasn't heard a word about his yet :(

Anyway its a 9.2 for me this morning, insulin experiment with breakfast yesterday was VERY interesting, as you know I started out at 8.4 and by dinner was 9.0 so had I been in range to start with it would have been spot on meaning I was getting off with 1U:20g! Odd! I've only taken 2U this morning so will report tomorrow how thats worked out!
xx
 

ColinUK

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6.8 And a determination to get back below 87kgs...
 

Ivostas66

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12.1 for me. Having a tough time with levels for the past week now, some days just 20% in range. Have cold/ flu symptoms - a couple of Covid tests over half term both came back negative. Keep having random spikes (e.g. yesterday I injected bolus 15 mins before lunch when I was 8.2, ate lunch, BG rose to 10 after 20 mins then dropped to 8, but within an hour was up to 15!) I also had a huge unexpected hypo after dinner - blood rocketed to 18 and 2 hours later dropped to 3.1. When I went to bed my BG was 9.1 with a gentle downward arrow, Libre shows that at 1pm it was around 6 and then steadily climbed up to 12 by 7am.

Hoping that once the illness disappears so will the rollercoaster levels.
 

HenryBennett

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Flower

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Morning all it’s an 8.8

The Pfizer vaccine didn’t agree with my broken foot & collapsed ankle, I’m used to it hurting but good grief it was such agony yesterday along with my head. Sun’s out for now and feeling less grumpy!

Lovely news on remission @Snowwy great work & great results :)

Have a good day out in the wild, stay safe :)
 

HenryBennett

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It appears I am officially now IN REMISSION from diabetes!
I nearly missed this post and glad I didn’t. Congratulations! Great news for you but also to the rest of us T2’s.
 

adrian1der

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Great news @Snowwy Achievements like yours really fire me up to try and achieve the same outcomes. This kind of inspirational news is one of the great things about the forum. It really keeps me going!

After a string of mid fives I slipped back into the sixes today with a 6.1 at 06:46 this morning. Looks like a lovely sunny day in West Berks but when you venture outside the wind is really blowing. My father was from Lincolnshire (Boston) and he used to call winds like this "lazy winds". They can't be bothered to go round you so they go straight through you instead!

Bit concerned that my 10 year old son will be starting back to school before I get vaccinated. After all this time of being ultra careful it does seem like a bit of a risk...
 
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