Flat top but not on the bottom :-)

My son did not get a hormone peak yesterday, for once (probably one of three days since he started puberty). Here goes (MDI, Dexcom, Lantus/Novolog):

I don’t think he broke 120 :slight_smile:

I am posting this one for @Irish! He went hypoglycemic once right 5 minutes before lunch because he had a big sports practice the day before, so he responded a bit faster to insulin than normally that day. As usual, the Dexcom amplified his low.

We have a way to go before we can stay under 100 like @Eric


What he did is much better because he didn’t spend much time low! That is an absolutely perfect day!

I am not a big believer in the idea that the line needs to look perfectly straight. It is not an art contest. :slight_smile: Anytime you stay tight like that, between those two lines, it’s perfect!

Two shots of Lantus?

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Yes :slight_smile:

Wow, what a great flat-liner day! Congrats to you and your son!

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We used to be much closer to that every day than we are today. But our (often multiple) daily hormonal peaks make that impossible these days. The good thing about a day like yesterday is that it shows me that, once he is out of puberty, he will do a really good job.

These days, I am really only on night duty – he does all the daily stuff. I try to do what he needs at night without waking him up. This works better for us, so he does not miss school as much.


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