Hahaha that’s funny!
Yeah for me at least, I still produce a weird amount of insulin…Example:
Tonight I went to do my shift to volunteer at the surgical waiting room at the hospital. Nothing rigourous or stressful (I don’t think…), and then went to the cafeteria and had a veggie burger and raspberry lemonade (NOT sugarfree) but didn’t bolus for anything. That was like 10 hours ago. I got back to my dorm, fell asleep, and later woke up (now, 4:00am) and felt fine but after being awake for about 2 minutes felt my low hit me, and tested and I was like 55-60…what the heck! I didnt even bolus for anything so it’s clearly my basal which I’ve been fine with most of the time. My body is annoying me with these up and downs of when it wants to shoot out some insulin.
I think the CGM will help me with this. What do you mean about putting the sensor on with one hand? And is the tube length the same size on the sensor as the omnipod (that goes into your body)?
I sent in my paperwork yesterday so hopefully they get back to me soon!