Weirdest thing I’ve ever experienced BG-wise, after 35 years with T1. Had kind of a busy night last night, and somehow managed to forget that I’d gotten a low-reservoir warning and needed to change out my infusion set before going to bed or I’d run out in the night. So I get up this morning, usual routine, check BG and get ready to bolus for breakfast. Gratifying numbers: CGM: 113, fingerstick: 98–great! Only… um… there’s no insulin in my pump. Because it ran dry last night. According to the alarm history, I was running on fumes as of about 10:30pm. And I have pretty severe DP, such that I have to set a basal rate of 3u/hr starting at 3am. How the HECK can I be @ 98 this morning???
- The convergence of my birthday with World Diabetes Day made the universe decide to give me a T1 vacation for a present.
- I have no idea.