So far, my list includes:
- insulin doses out of balance with carbohydrate intake
- very low carb intake, skipped meals, fasts (with no dose)
- increased activity in the absence of elevated adrenaline
- ambient heat: hot weather, hot shower, sauna, extra-warm pool
- ibuprofen at larger doses (mild decrease)
[edited to add: pulmonary test (mild decrease)]
... which other than the last seem to me pretty obvious. But what else?
I ask, because I'm prone to mild lows (mid to high 60s) and all the usual suspects have been addressed ... and either I drift around the low end as I've been doing - most of the time I'm comfortably between 70 and 90 - or I go high, into the 140s and above.
Personally, I think this is just how I am right now, and I'm not inclined to worry about it so long as I'm not going below the mid-60s. But my doctors are concerned and now my husband is nervous about it ... so. I'm wondering if there are not-so-obvious contributors no-one's considered so far that might, if addressed, bump me up a bit.
And yes, pumps have been mentioned as an option. However, I'd rather look into what can be done within the limitations of MDI first.