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Old 04-30-2016, 08:59 PM #7 (permalink)
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Default Re: ALS and diabetes

It's all just a crazy ride isn't it? No rhyme or reason. T's been on bi-pap for 3 years. Never missed a night. His weight is steady. He checks his glucose a few hours after dinner and it's always good. His fasting number is usually about 130 for the last few months. I've wondered if maybe his bipap needs an adjustment, maybe he is stressing during the night causing his sugar to rise. He has an appointment with pulmonary this week so we shall see.

This I've learned - love everyday we have together and not waste any.
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