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My DW has seen her blood sugars change significantly in the space of two to three hours. Somewhat a function of what is eaten and activities as well as the medication (or injections since my DM had the same disease and eventually had to go the injection route).

I still remember my DM nearly losing my DM. Her's went from the 120 range at 5PM to about 40 at 5:45PM - she responded to questions but if you knew her you could tell something was not right mentally. A rather frightening situation.

My DW is on meds and sees variation within a two to three hour period from 140 or so down to 60.

We've both noticed that we sometimes get "woozie" at levels you would not normally expect.

Course, folks who know me are only surprised when I'm not woozie.

Good luck getting the situation under control.

Howie52,
woozie since Hector was a pup.

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