time change

msann
By msann Latest Reply 2009-11-02 16:59:09 -0600
Started 2009-11-01 21:33:45 -0600

hey guys anyone out there have trouble with bsl, being out of sinc because of time change, also do you feel bad, or does not affect you


9 replies

mamaoak
mamaoak 2009-11-02 16:59:09 -0600 Report

well i just kept my eating hrs the same but a lot of colck checking. but my numbers are aboout the same.

Harlen
Harlen 2009-11-02 11:38:41 -0600 Report

I did my pump but forgot the meater lol doing it now lol thanks
ather then that I have no prob with the time chainge
Best wishes
H

ptsparkle
ptsparkle 2009-11-02 10:29:45 -0600 Report

No problems here. I cheat!! In Arizona. we don't change times. Sure makes life easier especially the older I get. Hope the others will give some good advice. Luck.

dj7110
dj7110 2009-11-02 08:47:47 -0600 Report

my numbers have been running high. But this is more due to flu than anything else. my fasting has been consistantly upper 200's to lower 300's past week. However later in the day I have been getting more in control into the mid 100's. I have my monthly dr appointment later this afternoon. .. David

Hinboyz3
Hinboyz3 2009-11-02 06:24:49 -0600 Report

No I did remember the time change was coming, but who really is ready for it? Hopefully all my friends are doing fine here on diabetic connect. My levels have been ok thank God!

John Crowley
John CrowleyCA 2009-11-01 22:08:15 -0600 Report

One important thing that we always struggle to remember is to change the time on my son's meter. It really can be much harder to remember why a particular high or low happened if it appears to be after lunch when it was really before lunch, for example.

So remember to change the time on your meter!

London
London 2009-11-02 11:55:43 -0600 Report

Thank You,Thank You! I never would have being so new to this. I'm going to do it right now!