- My recent numbers aren't that far from what she said will be my eventual goal range. I occasionally rise above it, but not by that much.
- I'll learn to adjust my own ratios and doses for specific situations.
- I want "normal blood sugar," but I don't have a normal body. I don't have a working pancreas, which would normally create both insulin when my blood sugar starts to rise, and glucagon when my blood sugar gets too low. Until things are a little more predictable and I've recognized a few more lows, staying on the higher side of normal is probably safest.
- I hadn't been exercising, and exercise tends to lower blood sugar!
In other news:
I'm meeting with an Animas pump rep tomorrow morning. At Panera bread... I'd better check their nutritional info!
My left arm is randomly sore, like I strained or twisted it. I know I tend to try and carry too much with that arm, in order to free my right hand for things like unlocking the door, but everything seems like a symptom of doom and gloom diseases these days!