FUDiabetes

1st 100% TIR!


#1


My 1st time getting 100% time in range (60-140) over 24 hours !! :crazy_face::partying_face:


#2

That’s why I don’t check that screen. Mine never says 100%.:grin:

Congratulations, lady. :heart::heart::heart:


#3

I believe this makes you a Baller and a Shot Caller. Officially.


#4

We’ve got a group… of ballers and shot callers. Small group of just @T1Allison and me. And now you.

Wait… was that a requirement? The 100%?? Because the group then is just the two of you. :roll_eyes:


#5

Pssshhhtt…if we have to have 100% then it’s just @LarissaW!


#6

Amazing!!! Way to go @LarissaW. Its so great to have these types of days!


#7

Gratz!


#8

Do you let Samson hang out at 60 if he can? We try to stay between 70 and 180 but preferably below 150.


#9

That’s great! I think I’ve done that once or twice in the past few decades. :slight_smile:
I had a 95% in-range day the other day. Those days always feel so great.


#10

nope. Our range is 80 to 140 (on paper). We will let him hang out in the 150s and 160s but I get antsy if I see him in the 180s. And we treat anything below 80 unless it’s like 79 + 0…


#11

I guess my logic is that I, personally, have never come up with a sub 80 Bg on finger stick and not felt shaky and hypoglycemic. My older son is pretty much never over 100 but also never under 85 as far as I can tell, from the few times we’ve tested him. So I suspect little kids run a little higher on the lower end – and also a little lower on the higher end, so to speak.