Sunday, February 24, 2013


XPU the insulin pump just beeped at me. Beep! Beep! Why are you beeping? I pulled her out of my pocket and looked at the screen.

"Check BG in two hours."

Wait. XPU only says that if I've bolused for food. I didn't bolus! What the fructose is going on?
A split second later, I shouted something that rhymes with goalie mitt as I scrolled to the history screen. And there it was, clear as day:

Normal  0.00 units of 0.00 units

My pump is in my pocket. I must have bumped her and given myself a stealth bolus. At least it was for zero units. That could have been interesting. I just locked my pump so that won't happen again. Whoops!

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