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Dammit, I'm a PWD not a fiddler, Jim!

Everyone always said that insulin needs would increase with pregnancy. I didn't think they were lying, of course, but I certainly didn't think it would be unending fiddling with everything in my routine. Not just increased total daily dose, but constant tweaks to I/C ratios, insulin sensitivity, food enemy status (CHEESE has joined this list, and it is a horrific new relationship), and always, ALWAYS basals.

The basal tweaks are driving me batshit crazy. One day it's mornings that don't work. The next it's dinner time. Two days later, midnight starts sucking it. And then the 3am shift starts imploding. I feel like I'm trying to keep a little dinghy afloat, but leaks keep squirting up everywhere. The last aggressive rage-basal tweak, however, seems to have plugged all those leaks for the time being:


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