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I have had this problem a lot this pregnancy. As long as you treat your lows the baby is totally safe, so don't worry about that. I'm actually treating a 47 as I type.
Generally the way to prevent lows is to take less insulin, change what you are eating, or have a snack to prevent them. I have just come to expect lows at certain times and try to have a snack before they hit. Today I had a surprise nap, so I crashed.
I'm on Glyburide and having early AM lows even with me eating a bowl of before bed (around 30-40grams of carbs), but nothing as low as 47... holy cow! My lows are in the 50s usually and usually in the early AM. I wake up with this urge to clean out my fridge.
Thanks ladies for your input...I haven't really changed my diet any...I usually have no more than 45 carbs at a meal and plenty of proteing...currently I am on glyburide...a total of 15 mg...1 5 mg tablet before breakfast and 2 5 mg tablets before dinner...today when I woke up thankfully my blood glucose was at a 75 not so bad...unfortunately though he has me testing at the two hour mark so I can't really increase my snacks until after I have tested...I have an appointment on monday so we will see what he says
10/2009 11 weeks
My appointment went ok...he is actually backing me off some of the glyburide now...I just hope it is not too drastic of a change...I know insulin is not the worst thing but I was hoping to be able to control this so that I would not have to happen...anyways
10/2009 11 weeks