I've got a question. It's one I've never really thought about until now.
We're having some really hot temps here in VA. Some days it's in the high 90's and the humidity is terrible. I know insulin goes bad in the heat. Since it's in her pump, and she's playing outdoors, will the insulin in her pump go bad quicker?
I've noticed that by the 3rd day, she's getting up in the 300's with her blood sugars. Could it be because the insulin is bad?
It just got me thinking because I know the pump is against her body, which is obviously warm, and then being out in the heat....is that whats causing these sugars to spike on Day 3?
Thanks for any input :) Geesh...she's been on the pump 4 months already and I've STILL got questions!