But my meter said 163. Usually at this point I just
So far, I have lots of double down arrows. Apparently I am dropping like a lead balloon. Round and round she goes, where she stops, nobody knows. I am really enjoying staring at it constantly. I may need psychiatric help.
In other Dex news, does anyone else's have a split personality? During the day, it's accurate, happy, and on track with my finger pricks. (Present time excepted). However, at night, it goes rogue. It wants to wake me up constantly and tell me I'm in the 30's. Having learned my lesson, I do not treat based on cgm readings. So the other night when it read "LOW", I determined that I was very coherent for being so close to death, and I did a finger prick. 116. I entered that in. Dex got all offended that I thought it was so off, and demanded a second reading. Second finger prick yielded a 123. Ha. So it capitulated and said 115. After that, it kept waking me up telling me how sky-high I was. I decided to ignore it. I woke up to a 278 on my cgm and a 120 on my meter. But that day it was happy to comply.
It often thinks I'm tanking at night, or soaring. I think it gets lonely on my nightstand or under my pillow. It's very needy and needs lots of attention, and apparently is willing to do anything to get it. (It's kind of like Bella from Twilight that way.) It's gotten to the point that I ignore any low alarms, unless it says under 55. Then I will check, but I'm usually just fine. During the day, I always check when it alarms under 70, and I'll usually be.......under 70. So I don't know what's up with that. The nighttime numbers are the ones I really wanted to see, and now it's all Mr. Hyde at night, and well, whatever.
It's probably me. I must sleep in a very peculiar manner.