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  • Learnings of a diabetic mum | Shoot Up or Put Up
    they wake the baby you ve just spent an hour getting off to sleep I was wrong when I thought waking up to treat a hypo constituted a bad nights sleep Insulin pumps and CGMs are programmed to alarm approximately 5 minutes into any feed And the pump will always be on the side of your body you can t reach without disturbing the baby Infusion sets worn in the stomach will be kicked and wriggled upon by the baby stick to thighs and back to keep them out of harms way Baby poo does not stain insulin pumps Baby vomit doesn t seem to do them much harm either Share on social blah Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related Category Living with diabetes Tags diabetic motherhood About Alison Diagnosed with Type One in 1983 at the age of four Alison s been at this for a while now She uses Humalog in a combined insulin pump and continuous glucose monitoring system and any blood glucose meter as long as it takes five seconds or less View all posts by Alison Post navigation The world s smallest disaster Additional diabetes junk trauma 3 thoughts on Learnings of a diabetic mum Tim 29 July 2013 I ve just read about the car crash method of testing pumps here http www shootuporputup co uk forums topic accu chek combo problems post 15442 and now you re saying they survive poo and puke too They re clearly indestructible Log in to Reply Lesley 30 October 2013 In my smug non motherhood this made me laugh out loud Or was it supposed to Seems like everything involved in motherhood is a pre

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  • diabetic motherhood | Shoot Up or Put Up
    the table doesn t guarantee Read More Category Living with diabetes Tags diabetic motherhood Welcome to Shoot Up Hello good evening and welcome to Shoot Up or Put Up one of the top 150 diabetes blogs in the UK Written by two professional diabetics Tim Alison your soarway Shoot Up charts the slings and arrows of the pancreatically challenged hordes Recent blog posts A cure is ten years away Want

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  • The world’s smallest disaster | Shoot Up or Put Up
    is a waking nightmare etc etc Share on social blah Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related Category Living with diabetes Tags mundanities About Tim Diagnosed with Type One when he was 28 Tim founded Shoot Up in 2009 For the diabetes geeks he wears a Medtronic Veo insulin pump filled with Humalog and uses Bayer s Contour Next Link blood glucose meter View all posts by Tim Post navigation Roman Rumble in pictorial format Learnings of a diabetic mum 9 thoughts on The world s smallest disaster Neville the Newshound 18 July 2013 You re wrong and diabetes is a waking nightmare Log in to Reply Tim Post author 18 July 2013 Cheers Nev Log in to Reply Annette A 18 July 2013 One thing I d miss if I was in that situation ie having forgotten my meter is that I wouldn t have the insulin calculator that I now rely on so much when I first got my meter which pairs to my pump and tells it what to do but I can use the pump manually as well I didnt think it d be one of the things I s miss but noe if I have to calculate a bolus for a meal it takes me twice as long as it used to I m out of practise Log in to Reply Report user Steve Miles 18 July 2013 Chill out Nev yes we re diabos but its hardly a waking nightmare Log in to Reply Alison 18 July 2013 A true crisis im surprised the government didn t mobilise the armed forces to help you through this monumental disaster Don t be afraid to ask for help if you need extra support as you recover from the crisis Shootup writers and readers are well known for our unsarcastic empathetic support Log in to Reply Tim Post author 18 July 2013 He he he Log in to Reply brian 18 July 2013 Crisis eh lad that weren t a crisis when I were a lad we had proper crises not the namby pamby one s you have now and we had to cope without a mobile phone or Megadeth first thing in a morning Megadeth first thing in the morning on reflection perhaps life wasn t so bad after all Log in to Reply lizz 18 July 2013 T would be a crisis for me have to set the CGM properly and calibrate and I do have to do an awful lot of tests Even the shock of leaving it behind would make me hypo or hyper and that would impact throughout the day and also having to pop in to a shop not in my routine retc oooer If I was 3 3 I d be low for ages before i came up but too scared to take too much sugar each time in

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  • mundanities | Shoot Up or Put Up
    meter It was Read More Category Living with diabetes Tags mundanities Welcome to Shoot Up Hello good evening and welcome to Shoot Up or Put Up one of the top 150 diabetes blogs in the UK Written by two professional diabetics Tim Alison your soarway Shoot Up charts the slings and arrows of the pancreatically challenged hordes Recent blog posts A cure is ten years away Want to brighten up

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  • Shoot Up or Put Up › Log In
    Shoot Up or Put Up Username Password Connect with Remember Me Register Lost your password Back to Shoot Up or Put Up Log in with WordPress com

    Original URL path: http://www.shootuporputup.co.uk/wp-login.php?redirect_to=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.shootuporputup.co.uk%2Fcategory%2Ffood-diet%2F (2016-02-17)
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  • A morsel about non stop nibbling | Shoot Up or Put Up
    I read tat and thought makes sense doesnt work for me but it does make sense Doesnt work for me because of my screwed up digestive system which makes it easier for me to eat often but low carb so I dont get many of the higher post meal spikes But then it occured to me this goes against everything that I my mother was taught when diagnosed 1977 that not only do you have to eat 3 times a day only but you also have to eat snacks 3 times a day as well to counter the effects of the insulin action So you were pretty much constantly grazing and hence I guess almost constantly on a slightly or greatly increased blood sugar Proof once more that things have got better now we have insulins and therapies that mean we can actually eat in a way that suits being diabetic rather than suiting the treatment Log in to Reply Report user Alison Post author 4 April 2012 I d forgotten about those days of having to feed the insulin every few hours whether you were hungry or not Log in to Reply Megs 4 April 2012 I d forgotten about the need to feed insulin in the 1970 s too I had to go to the school matrons room at 10 30am and 2 30pm every day and eat a biscuit regardless of whether I was hungry Instead of being a treat a snack became some sort of torture that made me different from the other kids That has stuck with me ever since so I rarely ever have anything to nibble outside of the main meals Log in to Reply Diana Maynard 4 April 2012 It depends a lot on what you eat though The counter argument which works for me and many others is that the fewer carbs you eat the less your BG tends to rise after a meal So if you eat more frequently but fewer carbs in one go ie you eat the same total carbs but spread over the day more evenly then you get an almost flat BG profile which is far better than rises and falls after your 3 meals So it s more a case of if you spread the same carbs over more meals you get a flatter profile and you re better off If you just add more carbs as snacks you get the problem you describe and you re worse off Of course everyone is different and you have to do what works for you Log in to Reply Alison Post author 4 April 2012 Fair point which exposes even more assumptions that are in my head and I don t realise if it s free food like a raw carrot or a piece of cucumber I don t really class it as a snack I find fewer carbs overall helps Higher carb meals with no carb snacks is doable High carb meals with carb snacks which

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  • blood glucose | Shoot Up or Put Up
    day I Read More Category Kit equipment Living with diabetes Tags blood glucose cgms kit Changes in HbA1c measurement delayed Planned changes to the way in which HbA1c measurements are reported have been postponed from June 2011 until October 2011 basically because no one understands the changes and people are understandably a tad underwhelmed and befuddled by them This dog was hoping one of the ShootUp authors would have gotten their heads around this by now Read More Category news Tags blood glucose diabetes news diabetes uk hba1c Diabetic lottery numbers There s something about having a broken pancreas that makes you see numbers in a different light For a non diabetic type watching the national lottery draw is all about waiting for those 6 winning numbers to come out For a diabetic it s far more exciting Every number comes with a message attached 49 Oo Read More Category Living with diabetes Tags blood glucose The hypo portfolio A hypo is a hypo is a hypo Low blood sugar sweaty fuzzy head confused weak dizzy argumentative yes even more so than usual etc etc But even with all those similarities I think there is a virtual smorgasbord of hypo types The nice hypo you feel yourself going low you eat you rise Job Read More Category Living with diabetes Mildly amusing Tags blood glucose hypo Blood glucose reading contact lenses From an article in New Scientist THE next time you gaze deep into someone s eyes you might be shocked at what you see tiny circuits ringing their irises their pupils dancing with pinpricks of light These smart contact lenses aren t intended to improve vision Instead they will monitor blood sugar levels in people with diabetes Read More Category news Tags blood glucose contact lenses diabetes news A

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  • food | Shoot Up or Put Up
    comforting My pasta thought process sadly often goes like this Read More Category Food diet Living with diabetes Tags carbs food Endless Patience with Thoughtless Outsiders Or why I hate Chicken Caesar Salad One thing I often have problems with is eating out When it s just me and the husband we have a few places we can go that I know the menu that have relaxed attitudes to requests to serve the salad dressing on the side or take out the Read More Category Food diet Tags food Partying with the pump Hello beloved Shoot Up readers and a belated happy New Year to you all I hope you had an enjoyable winter festival and if you use the Gregorian calendar a wonderful New Year Being pseudo Scottish I don t do New Year Instead I do Hogmanay which is pretty much the same as New Year celebrations but Read More Category Living with diabetes Tags drinking food partying Carb counting for posh people I was idly rummaging through my old notes leaflets and booklets that I was given by the DSN when I was first diagnosed I did because I wanted a clear some space in my drawers and b remind myself how many bad habits I ve picked up in the last five years One booklet in particular Read More Category Food diet Tags carbs drinking food Online carb counting I recently discovered that if I spend long periods of time online looking at websites that contain images of carb heavy foods my blood sugar rises It seems that I need to take account of the carbs I m exposed to online when calculating my insulin dosage Sorry that s complete garbage it just sprung into my Read More Category Food diet Living with diabetes Tags carbs

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