Okay. I got through the steroid storm. I am back to normal. That was a one time thing.
I got the results from the Libre Pro sensor my Endo placed on my right shoulder. Results are from 10am Wed April 18 to 9:30am Fri April 27. Ten days.
There are three times last week, when, while I was sleeping, my BG descended below 70, without my being aware of it. 2am, 3am and 6am were when it happened. Dawn Phenomenon deceived me into thinking all is well by producing a reasonable number in the morning.
My Endo thought, because I am dieting to lose weight for my Cardiologist, that I should lower the slow acting Tresiba to 12 units instead of 14. Maybe that would stop pushing my numbers low at night.
I also have a theory about “soft” carbs and “hard” carbs. Soft carbs are deceptive because you crash quickly on them. Fruits like honey dew melon are soft carbs. Rice is a good example of a hard carb. Maybe aroung midnight I ought to nibble something hard, or a glucose tablet, say, to avoid these crashes.
Good news is my average BG is 100, which is why my A1C was 5.9 last time.
I am looking at the report if you have any questions.