I’ve noted this in another post but would love to explore this topic further here for broader discussion of this topic.
Lately when exercising soon after a meal while bg is the steep climb, I’ll experience either a plateau in the climb or a dramatic fall in the climb (as much as 70 points) only to have a fairly dramatic rebound of about 40 points within an hour. To be fair, this might not be a true rebound. More likely to be a continued postprandial spike that was halted by the workout. By workout, I usually mean a quick jog on the treadmill or a 25-30 minute brisk walk.
To address this anticipated rise, I’ve tried running an increased basal rate on my pump. Additionally, I’ve given extra boluses after finishing exercise to try to ward off the anticipated climb.
Other thoughts on how I might address this?