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Your LSAT story:)))

Re: Your LSAT story:)))
« Reply #20 on: October 08, 2006, 08:01:36 PM »
I'm also a type 1 diabetic. My control is pretty tight though (I use lantis for a basil and a pen) so I didnt have any problems. Its funny how you say the highs are worse than the lows. I guess its just opinion but for me the lows are way worse. When I'm low I have a female dog of a time concentrating and even if I drink juice it takes like 20 min for me to feel better. When I'm high my eyes just get dry and I pee a lot. When I took my test I just ate a little more than normal. I think I was around 190 going into the test. By the time it was break I was at about 120 and had a snack, worked out perfectly. I did worry though about it the night before, blood sugers sometimes are a crap shoot anyways.

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Re: Your LSAT story:)))
« Reply #21 on: October 09, 2006, 11:46:23 AM »
I'm also a type 1 diabetic. My control is pretty tight though (I use lantis for a basil and a pen) so I didnt have any problems. Its funny how you say the highs are worse than the lows. I guess its just opinion but for me the lows are way worse. When I'm low I have a female dog of a time concentrating and even if I drink juice it takes like 20 min for me to feel better. When I'm high my eyes just get dry and I pee a lot. When I took my test I just ate a little more than normal. I think I was around 190 going into the test. By the time it was break I was at about 120 and had a snack, worked out perfectly. I did worry though about it the night before, blood sugers sometimes are a crap shoot anyways.
guess it's diff for everyone...but yeah, lows are still pretty horrendous...especially when you're trying t get it back up right away and end up just gorging...doesn't happen too often now though.

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Re: Your LSAT story:)))
« Reply #22 on: October 11, 2006, 10:31:55 AM »
Okay so I had my Endo appointment today and got a note from my doctor stating "patient has type 1 diabetes and needs all supplies and metre as well as juice/food available during test"...also, should I perhaps contact lsat in regards to this just incase?