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For insulin dependent diabetics the problems during WHOOPS DISEASE include abnormal sugar results and body actions that impact uses of insulin and diet actions. Rhapsodie has shared notes on previous pages, some which emphasize diabetes aspects beginning with the first page focused on diabetes with Whoops Disease, more is being shared on this page with details of July and the odd results of things with Rhapsodie’s sugars. The patterns demonstrated on the May, June, and July 2019 pages are not repeated exactly there are alterations that continue, but the patterns are repeated though with those variations.

The low pattern & high pattern get more dramatic. I’ve had insulin changes that were over 5 units higher with the highs in the newer cycles and over 5 units lower in the newer cycles. My shifts are done on 0.05 increments based on the basals I’ve set with my insulin pump, if you’re not using the insulin pump then this means having knowledge of how the insulin percentages may vary.

Insulin Changes with Whoops Disease

The pattern changes repeat, so having knowledge of that means you can shift insulin in preparation of the change of a new day if you are having insulin shifts with Whoops Disease. Please remember the amount of insulin you take is NOT what I am taking, which means the insulin amount variables differ for you & for me, but the percentages of shift from me may help you. Pattern wise with the changes it’s generally been 5 sets of days for ups and 5 sets of days for downs, then a more normal cycle for about 2 weeks a month, which is likely the same for you because that’s a Whoops Disease shift thing.


These are based on my numbers, you have your own rates, so I’m adding percentage factors based on my rates which may assist you in understanding the shifts with your basal insulin more. Plus the information about how to do the calculations can be done with calculators, computers, on paper OR any other way for you to be able to determine shifts and changes with your insulin rates.

The time frames for these changes up & down extended for weeks, BUT I’ve tried to list the daily numbers so you can see the change patterns for your own uses. Microsoft Excel was used, because I’ve taken the column & row numbers to share on the images for matching the patterns with separate images for your uses.

Basal Changes2- Basal Change Percentages If you look at these numerical calculations you can see how there is a 0% change like every 7 days, it may assist you in figuring out the insulin shifts for your body. If the percentages of my changes are similar to the percentages of your changes that can be fine. BUT please take care, this disease has had different symptoms in some ways between males and females, and it may also be the case with the percentages of insulin changes.

Sugar Change Pattern Shifts

The sugar change pattern shifts for me have meant that the earlier patterns of basal change of umbrellaed the numbers for the lower basal uses are going lower, the numbers with the higher basal uses are going higher so there are greater leaps in the changes as time has progressed. This means that I’ve had high daily basals going over 38 units per day with low daily basals going under 19 the next month. The numbers on the percentage change charts above are based on past figures from May, June, and July when I started making record of the insulin change patterns. Who knows what the coming weeks and days will be for me AND for you.

I hope this helps if you need the information.

Other Connecting Posts



WHOOPS DISEASE- 2b. Water Weight Chart Comparisons




WHOOPS DISEASE-6. Treatment Ideas & Facts

WHOOPS DISEASE-7a. Updates on Continuous & New Symptoms & Some Treatment Issues

WHOOPS DISEASE- 7b1. Problems with Diabetes

WHOOPS DISEASE- 7b2. Problems with Diabetes & MAY Details

WHOOPS DISEASE- 7b3. Problems with Diabetes & JUNE Details

WHOOPS DISEASE- 7b4. Problems with Diabetes & JULY Details

WHOOPS DISEASE- 7b5. Problems with Diabetes & INFO updates

WHOOPS DISEASE-7c. Cure for Diabetes

WHOOPS DISEASE- 8. Treatment Issues & Action Options

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