Stress

Ruth2015
By Ruth2015 Latest Reply 2015-02-14 14:12:05 -0600
Started 2015-02-12 13:09:35 -0600

This week is stress because when is the time of the month my sugar drop really low I have four different basil rate the lowest one is for the time of my monthly my doctor try doing blood a week before my monthly come my sugar are very high in 300's an the week of my monthly it fall really low low 20's -30's or when it low 30 I suspend it my pump I can't function with lows very well am sluggish and tired .

Tags: blood sugar

17 replies

Type1Lou
Type1Lou 2015-02-14 09:42:37 -0600 Report

Low BG's are the pits! Frequent and severe low BG's are what drove me to pump insulin after 35 years doing insulin shots…but by then, I was post-menopausal. I haven't had any serious really low BG's requiring glucagon or vists to the ER since I started pumping. I trust you are working with your endo to iron out these problems…have you also been in touch with your pump manufacturer? They may also be able to suggest some solutions.

Ruth2015
Ruth2015 2015-02-14 14:12:05 -0600 Report

They working on it for my next visit hope they will have some good am very hopeful it's in March thank you.

Cathleen1
Cathleen1 2015-02-14 08:46:50 -0600 Report

well so far its ok, even if I have to pay they are running the transaction differently so it is a lower cost they are doing everything they can I will pick up my kit today .

Cathleen1
Cathleen1 2015-02-13 21:21:59 -0600 Report

My doctors office is inquiring which kit my insurance covers.

Ruth2015
Ruth2015 2015-02-13 22:12:01 -0600 Report

Good keep on them hun make sure they attend to you in timely manner call two three time if you have I have high hope it gonna work out (:

Cathleen1
Cathleen1 2015-02-13 06:56:25 -0600 Report

my insurance covers my test strips and lancets one hundred percent. but the ultra touch kit they do not, I sent a message to my doctor, it was just frustrating they want you to get healthy and test your blood sugar but they make it very stressful to get started!! yes it is the one touch ultra

Ruth2015
Ruth2015 2015-02-13 15:13:32 -0600 Report

My love hang in there these thing happend my doc had was to tell them my body don't function with out this and they wanted to give me a bran an he say no so the corporation for benefits call my doctor and say we will cover this brand for her and that's how I get this Omini pod one this is without tubing the Medtronic one was with tubing.

lilleyheidi
lilleyheidi 2015-02-13 01:06:16 -0600 Report

WOW 20's and 30's, I'd be passed out at that low. What do you do? You should be eating a quick carbohydrate before it gets that low. Can you feel the low coming on? That is very concerning.

Ruth2015
Ruth2015 2015-02-13 06:19:26 -0600 Report

Yes I do my biggest problem is when I am at work I worry at the time,on Martin Luther I I have a block out I don't know what happen I think my sugar was low because my dad fine me pass out but I knock my face up I did a MRI,autonomic test and outpatient EEG to make sure all is well the day before I had a massive headache for three days an my sugars was low my pump was off only god know what happen.

Cathleen1
Cathleen1 2015-02-12 21:22:54 -0600 Report

ok now im stressed my insurance covers all my diabetic supplies except my one step test kit!!! that does not make sense!!!

lilleyheidi
lilleyheidi 2015-02-13 01:07:49 -0600 Report

Kathleen, call your insurance and ask what test kits they cover and what test strips they cover then call your doctor and ask for that kind. Sometimes you have to go backwards in order to go forward. Sorry this is happening to you.

Cathleen1
Cathleen1 2015-02-12 14:41:19 -0600 Report

Hi Ruth, I hear you about stress, take care of yourself girl, I was stressed out because I found out I had diabetes 2, and now Im stressed because it is taking forever to get my supplies!! I have everything except the one touch kit device to be able to monitor my blood sugar, so I had to contact the dr, and she had to make another order for it to the pharmacy! I just want to get this started!!!!

Ruth2015
Ruth2015 2015-02-12 17:09:07 -0600 Report

I know this take a toll on me but as my endo say it's like he battle field if you stop fighting then all he'll broke loose I don't want that so I have to keep fight going thank for the support.

RebDee
RebDee 2015-02-12 18:50:04 -0600 Report

Following my hysterectomy when I was 39 years old, all I had were hot flashes. I never had Diabetes 2 until I was about 55 years old.