So we all know the serious short-term risks of hypos, and we’ve talked about whether there are longterm risks on here too. I just encountered a new one though—chipped my tooth on a smartie of all things last night when shoveling some down to treat a bad low (low 40s, dropping)! I have no idea how I managed that, except I bit down on one exactly the wrong way, sort of chomped down hard sideways/on the edge of it with a front tooth (lateral incisor), and chipped off a bit of enamel. I don’t think it’s too bad—a bit rough textured in that spot but not noticeable visually unless you know exactly what you’re looking for, but it’s a little sensitive there now, so will see my dentist soon to figure out if anything needs to be done for it.
Anyone else injure themselves in dumb ways when low?