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

Problems with Diabetes 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.

With the July details as yet incomplete, I’m only adding the information because I’m sure some individuals are trying to prepare for the future with ideas being presented in Rhapsodie’s Whoops pages being of some guidance. Since these are the focus on diabetes details, I’m sure some of you aren’t needing this information, but if you are it’s here for you to use in your personal uses.

Because this information in the italicized sections below was shared in the previous May & June pages you may not need to review anything in italics, but it’s added in case you didn’t get the information from reviewing the previous pages. AND if you have read that information the italics should help you be able to skim past the repetition of information without missing where to start the new information of these pages. Like with the previous month I have used grades in colors, but this time the information is in pinks not oranges like it was in May.

Here’s some charted information showing how Rhapsodie’s odd insulin basal patterns were lived since  the beginning of July 2019

In the coloring added to these charts the best way to do that, was to put the information on the chart then color it, if I was to run to my computer to add the new numbers without giving time to make sure I’d set the basal accurately I could have colored it up OR down, BUT later would have had to reread and fix the document for what worked.

Understanding the Chart Images Information

Since Rhapsodie made these Excel pages, which she calls Accurate 2019 sugar results, she knows what the meanings are without these definitions, but because you aren’t familiar with the pages she is adding information for your reference in referring to the chart images being shared after. The May into July of 2019 pattern was observed in conjunction with her menstrual cycle and how the pattern is timed at least from the last cycle, BUT males may have the same patterning with no menstruation hassles OR not when it comes to WHOOPS DISEASE  because things are weird.

The up & down basal pattern colors
  • The numbers with the chart basals on the charts there are 2 different basal number types the full hours & the half of the hour averages.
  • The Minimed 670G pump has use options, I’ve chosen to set my insulin with the 100ths showing, this means that I can set more incremental amounts of insulin for better sugar control. With the graph I’m sharing the 100ths (1.00), BUT at times I also share 1,000ths (1.000), so that the hour split by the basals in half are both added to the chart. This means that
    • in this segment of record there are only 2 different basals, but the one hour until the half (30) of the hour was at 1.55 then at the (30) changed to 1.60.

      • Then those numbers are averaged together, so
        • 55 + 1.60 ends up averaging at 1.575
          • Longhand
            • 55 + 1.60= 3.15
            • 15 / 2= 1.575
          • Double Check
            • 575 + 1.575= 3.15
          • BUT at times the averaging is hidden because the numbers going together end up with a 100th proportion not a thousandth. So 1.60 + 1.50 in average equals 1.55.
        • Because of this there the chart shouldn’t be used to ‘know the basal rates’ on the insulin pump.
          • It’s a partial guide, doctors need to scan information of the rows to understand the patterns better.
          • It can be good to get an accurate basal pattern list
            • Minimed’s Carelink reports include the basal patterns with what’s on the pump in the report making.
            • The spreadsheet chart would need additional columns of time added to do the half hours with the chart for more accurate basal changes.
  • The up & down basal pattern colors in this chart are based on the options in Excel, I didn’t change the pattern coloring behind because that’s information corresponding times of day & life, so the colors with the basals are not as distinct for anyone looking at these pages in black & white. For those of you who don’t take insulin, the basal rates are the amount needed to keep alive without any food insulin being taken.
  • May Chart Color Definitions

June Chart Color Definitions with mention of the July changes

There is more in this section because I saw more layering when looking at this last month of information with the basals. Like with the previous month I have used grades in colors, but this time the information is in pinks not oranges like it was in June. And because I’m too tired I’m not going to remake the July chart like I did with the June chart, but the July chart is similar in grading information, it’s just that that the shades are pink not orangish beige like those in the June chart information segment.

As time goes on with the changes these colors can shift into the new patterns also, BUT it can not be a reference to the previous information with the same colors. Ideas are to shift the shading color spectrum to make this more differentiable, but it’s not yet complete…

The date & day rows
  • The date & day rows contain my sugar test results with the sugar checker numbers added, but
    • every hour where 2 or more tests were done has been averaged, unless an extreme causes me to use another hour OR to list 2 numbers.
  • The date & days, shown on this chart like this with date & day  as shown which are defining the information in the rows. For your information with Excel
    • the ROWS are horizontal, so going with the information acrossed the page &
    • the COLUMNS go up & down so are vertically defined with column information above & below the shared information.
TIMES of day shown in columns & a time row
  • In this chart are organized with military time from 0 through 23:59:59, so the time row, in grey, shows the times starting with 0 and going to 23, each of those is an hour of time.
  • The columns are colored to work with the AM & PM designations and times of day,
    • So 0 to 11:59:59 is the AM column, in lighter shade on the left. This is from 12 midnight to 11:59:59, before noon.
    • 12 to 23:59:59 is the PM greenish column to the right of the chart, this defines the times from 12 noon until 11:59:59, before midnight.
The sugar result rows are from the sugar checker results ONLY

The coloring with this chart are similar to the high & low colors that Minimed charts, BUT I love seeing the greens because that’s my sugar being right.

The Horizontal RedLines

The horizontal red lines, as you can see with the chart, were placed as indications of when Rhapsodie had the 670G Minimed Insulin Pump sensor turned on.

  • For Rhapsodie with WHOOPS DISEASE the sensor isn’t a reliable source for sugar results.
    • It beeps with disconnects, like when she places her arm over it, like to hold something, or she lays on it, or she sets it under a boob then leans forward the pump loses the ‘sensor’ signal. This means turning it off while sleeping allows sleep without ‘bad beeps’.
      • This water interference is not normal for diabetics without WHOOPS DISEASE, unless they are swimmers OR in the bath for extended time frames.
        • The water interference’s have messed with my sugar in other ways. A Minimed technologist, as mentioned above told Rhapsodie, “I am not a doctor, but these numbers show me that your body is responding a lot faster than this pump is programmed to work with the auto-mode in action.” Also this is part of the reason for the problems with the sensor uses.

July Sugar Results by Rhapsodie Information Start

July begins similar to how June began, based from the lows that faded off after the late June menstrual cycle ended. Like was mentioned previously, diabetic males may have cycles of changes in odd time patterns that could correspond with female patterns cycled with menstrual periods. Like the May patterns & early June patterns with sugar spikes at times, this has happened with July also.

But these are more dramatic because the high ends with food calories being eaten, insulin doesn’t lower the sugar for 6 hours initially, but if you eat a meal and take normal carb insulin your sugar drops. Then it changes to 4 hours, so I believe it will go into smaller patterns also, somewhat similar to the patterns of June, then into the patterns of may. So I think you may be able to take protein, which doesn’t work with milk, but like beef jerky or chicken and have that work in reducing sugars without hassling eating a whole meal if you don’t need to. I had chicken nuggets and my sugar dropped to normal level with almost no insulin used. I had stew and it went into normal, but because I took insulin to lower the high the sugars went low also.

July Sugar Results

My basal patterns for the month of July are up and down with sets of days, so far there is no pattern for the month really, but we’re only in the early part of the month right now, the future will show more if the records are continued accurately for others to know things from. BUT what I’ve found so far is that things are going up again. The insulin results shift up & down also, by insulin uses. It’s hoped with time and records we can get better information.

Please forgive me though, I’m only doing records about once every 7 days, which means use of the 1 through 5 patterns in basals doesn’t let me have records done daily without doing the charts every 5 days or less. This is something I do at times, but not always.

Rhapsodie’s records of June 29-30 PLUS July 1st through 4th

With the beginning of July I’m noting that the records are showing basal patterns that are going up again with the spike shifts that are graduating by times that are varying. This was found with the month of June also, so I’m not sure if the pattern will be similar or not for July.

These results are not shifting in a time pattern as far as I can discern presently, there are patterns of ups then downs that seem to be waving in sets of days.

July 5th through 7th

As you can see with the basal rates from July 1st through 7th the levels seem to be rising again.

  • July 1st basal rates 26.40 units per day
  • July 7th basal rates 31.80 units per day

This amount of insulin has gone up over 4 units per day in the last 7 days. With the amount of 8 units to reach the levels of May it can mean the insulin system is only in another flex pattern that will continue over time. The future days should tell this as long as no other treatment is give…

We’ll see with time.

Other Connecting Posts

WHOOPS DISEASE-1. Animals

WHOOPS DISEASE-2. Females

WHOOPS DISEASE- 2b. Water Weight Chart Comparisons

WHOOPS DISEASE-3. Males

WHOOPS DISEASE- 4. More!

WHOOPS DISEASE-5. Nano Mites?

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

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

Problems with Diabetes 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 JUNE and the odd results of things with Rhapsodie’s sugars.

Rhapsodie is adding more notes on how to understand the information that’s being shared and how she interpreted that information in regards to Whoops Disease. Plus because of the sugar records coming from her Excel workbook, she has added a copy of the chart understanding information for your reference. But unlike the previous page of info, she’s italicized the copied information, so if you know it you can skim over it to the details without trying to find those with more difficulty.

Here’s some charted information showing how Rhapsodie’s odd insulin basal patterns were lived since  May of 2019

In the coloring added to these charts the best way to do that, was to put the information on the chart then color it, if I was to run to my computer to add the new numbers without giving time to make sure I’d set the basal accurately I could have colored it up OR down, BUT later would have had to reread and fix the document for what worked.

Understanding the Chart Images Information

Since Rhapsodie made these Excel pages, which she calls Accurate 2019 sugar results, she knows what the meanings are without these definitions, but because you aren’t familiar with the pages she is adding information for your reference in referring to the chart images being shared after. The May into June of 2019 pattern was observed in conjunction with her menstrual cycle and how the pattern is timed at least from the last cycle, BUT males may have the same patterning with no menstruation hassles OR not when it comes to WHOOPS DISEASE  because things are weird.

The up & down basal pattern colors
  • The numbers with the chart basals on the charts there are 2 different basal number types the full hours & the half of the hour averages.
  • The Minimed 670G pump has use options, I’ve chosen to set my insulin with the 100ths showing, this means that I can set more incremental amounts of insulin for better sugar control. With the graph I’m sharing the 100ths (1.00), BUT at times I also share 1,000ths (1.000), so that the hour split by the basals in half are both added to the chart. This means that
    • in this segment of record there are only 2 different basals, but the one hour until the half (30) of the hour was at 1.55 then at the (30) changed to 1.60.

      • Then those numbers are averaged together, so
        • 55 + 1.60 ends up averaging at 1.575
          • Longhand
            • 55 + 1.60= 3.15
            • 15 / 2= 1.575
          • Double Check
            • 575 + 1.575= 3.15
          • BUT at times the averaging is hidden because the numbers going together end up with a 100th proportion not a thousandth. So 1.60 + 1.50 in average equals 1.55.
        • Because of this there the chart shouldn’t be used to ‘know the basal rates’ on the insulin pump.
          • It’s a partial guide, doctors need to scan information of the rows to understand the patterns better.
          • It can be good to get an accurate basal pattern list
            • Minimed’s Carelink reports include the basal patterns with what’s on the pump in the report making.
            • The spreadsheet chart would need additional columns of time added to do the half hours with the chart for more accurate basal changes.
  • The up & down basal pattern colors in this chart are based on the options in Excel, I didn’t change the pattern coloring behind because that’s information corresponding times of day & life, so the colors with the basals are not as distinct for anyone looking at these pages in black & white. For those of you who don’t take insulin, the basal rates are the amount needed to keep alive without any food insulin being taken.
  • May Chart Color Definitions

June Chart Color Definitions

There is more in this section because I saw more layering when looking at this last month of information with the basals.

As time goes on with the changes these colors can shift into the new patterns also, BUT it can not be a reference to the previous information with the same colors. Ideas are to shift the shading color spectrum to make this more differentiable, but it’s not yet complete…

The date & day rows
  • The date & day rows contain my sugar test results with the sugar checker numbers added, but
    • every hour where 2 or more tests were done has been averaged, unless an extreme causes me to use another hour OR to list 2 numbers.
  • The date & days, shown on this chart like this with date & day  as shown which are defining the information in the rows. For your information with Excel
    • the ROWS are horizontal, so going with the information acrossed the page &
    • the COLUMNS go up & down so are vertically defined with column information above & below the shared information.
TIMES of day shown in columns & a time row
  • In this chart are organized with military time from 0 through 23:59:59, so the time row, in grey, shows the times starting with 0 and going to 23, each of those is an hour of time.
  • The columns are colored to work with the AM & PM designations and times of day,
    • So 0 to 11:59:59 is the AM column, in lighter shade on the left. This is from 12 midnight to 11:59:59, before noon.
    • 12 to 23:59:59 is the PM greenish column to the right of the chart, this defines the times from 12 noon until 11:59:59, before midnight.
The sugar result rows are from the sugar checker results ONLY

The coloring with this chart are similar to the high & low colors that Minimed charts, BUT I love seeing the greens because that’s my sugar being right.

The Horizontal RedLines

The horizontal red lines, as you can see with the chart, were placed as indications of when Rhapsodie had the 670G Minimed Insulin Pump sensor turned on.

  • For Rhapsodie with WHOOPS DISEASE the sensor isn’t a reliable source for sugar results.
    • It beeps with disconnects, like when she places her arm over it, like to hold something, or she lays on it, or she sets it under a boob then leans forward the pump loses the ‘sensor’ signal. This means turning it off while sleeping allows sleep without ‘bad beeps’.
      • This water interference is not normal for diabetics without WHOOPS DISEASE, unless they are swimmers OR in the bath for extended time frames.
        • The water interference’s have messed with my sugar in other ways. A Minimed technologist, as mentioned above told Rhapsodie, “I am not a doctor, but these numbers show me that your body is responding a lot faster than this pump is programmed to work with the auto-mode in action.” Also this is part of the reason for the problems with the sensor uses.

Some patterns of Rhapsodie’s Insulin Changes with June 2019 Charted

The spreadsheet workbook Rhapsodie formed is a tool she’s used to keep track of the super frequent insulin changes and how these relate with her sugar levels, she is able to add the Blood Glucose (BG) meter results that the insulin pump charts don’t show. BUT it takes hours each day to add the numbers and interpret the information beyond normal patterns & cycles. The patterns are shifting so often that my chart records aren’t fully accurate, they are based on records I do have and what I remember with times also.

While the spreadsheet can help doctors, for Rhapsodie, she also needs to be watching the insulin pump basal change patterns trying to find consistency for planning future insulin rates. Presently the chart is generally a follow up used to double check her previous patterns, BUT it could help others to set up their patterns if they are aware of things before they get hit with them.

Rhapsodie’s results show odd shifts as you can see from the images. For the basal shifts / changes going back a half an hour is done to make sure that the basal change impacts the body correctly. The insulin change values as results can’t really be observed until the follow day unless additional variations were made before those times because of the previous shifting being information leading to those shifts. With the Minimed 670G the chart that’s available with use of the sensor gives a pattern line that allows the records of when to change better to follow and use.

When the sensor is turned off the sugar tests are the only results of use for the change possibilities. The insulin pump results are not accurate enough for me to trust them alone, that’s why I’ve started appreciating the sensor even though it’s not liked much. So when I’m using the sensor I’ve had to multiply my sugar checking about 3 times more than normal. Part of that could be because of WHOOPS DISEASE changes that are abnormal also such as so much water under the skin which causes the sensor results to be way out of wack. Plus the body with WHOOPS DISEASE holding ‘real sugars’ near the organs instead of on the watery layers filling the body.

June 2019- 01 through 2 Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern- with her post Menstrual cycle oddities

As mentioned previously once my period ends I get a whole 24 hour period that is a tenth of a unit drop from the norms in the basal. For the last years with WHOOPS DISEASE this has grown into 36 hours of time. BUT NOT THIS CYCLE! That these numbers partially keep the high rates shown from May 31st previously, but I’ve had to shift the color patterns because there are still ups & downs in basals.

For days after the end of my period my basals stayed at the highest level, it never reduced through my whole cycle and it stayed high afterwards. Plus there are the odd up & down sugar spikes that don’t happen at a time that makes them normal. Odd spikes for me have happened with

  • No extra activity;
  • Basal Pattern as normal as possible,
  • No bolus insulin changes, and with
  • No new food being tested.

These are happening at odd times, and when seen on the charts they are showing a pattern that’s connected to the pattern of basal weirdness, but being different. With the chart I’ve added a fourth color, white for basal drops that are more than 0.05 in the hour. Additionally I’ve tried to add in the odd ups when there should have been a running pattern of the same values. The patterns are shifting so often that my chart records aren’t fully accurate, they are based on records I do have and what I remember with times also.

June 2019- 3 through 5 having Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern- with her post Menstrual cycle oddities

Please be aware that the basal records from June 4th through June 10th are based on the Minimed Carelink report records of basals as recorded on June 12th. The patterns graduated from my menstrual cycle to what they are at present, so it’s not accurate with days of uses. I remember having a workday schedule saved with the highest of basals, but there were some variations versus the computer reports. The Minimed Carelink reports do not date the use of those basal patterns and with the changes so frequently the records which are not captured daily aren’t exactly correct.

Taking the time with the patterns of basals, to go up and down by amounts from 1 to 5 and beyond, like with workday has meant that the highest basal was at the top of my record and the lowest used got down to 1 for some hours. Those are the records added to this information of the graphing, but it’s not fully accurate, because as the basal needs get shifted through the day the records vary also. If no daily report is made then there is no accurate time and change record either.

June 2019- 6th through 9th with Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern- with away from Menstrual cycle oddities

As mentioned above the basal records from June 4th through June 10th are based on the Minimed Carelink report records of basals as recorded on June 12th. The patterns graduated from my menstrual cycle to what they are at present, so it’s not accurate with days of uses. Those are the records added to this information of the graphing, but it’s not fully accurate, because as the basal needs get shifted through the day the records vary also. If no daily report is made then there is no accurate time and change record either.

You can see on the charts how I’ve tried to minimize low sugars with lower basals and how I’ve tried to reduce highs by raising basals, but that’s only temporary with the present WHOOPS DISEASE hassles.

June 2019- 10 through 13th  with Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern- with away from Menstrual cycle oddities

While Rhapsodie’s menstrual cycle ended over 10 days before the normal pattern & the previous insulin patterns are not being duplicated like in normal. The menstrual pattern comparisons, which are acquired, and are to be done later should show this to anyone.

June 13th is the beginning of Rhapsodie’s peak ovulation day the lowest of sugar levels are being seen with this menstrual cycle. BUT this is abnormal, because as we mentioned previously, Rhapsodie normally has her insulin go up for a day by a tenth of a unit of insulin thus normally it goes up by 0.10.

June 2019- 14 through  16 with Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern

June 13 to 14th is the day of the lowest patterning in Rhapsodie’s cycle AND it’s also by menstrual cycle time the best ovulation day for her. BUT with this cycle June 16th was the highest day in the whole pattern.

As you can see with the basals on the 14th the first part of the day didn’t have her insulin low enough, BUT the 15th with basals going up is required because sugar results are higher with basals the same. This is the same with the next day also, so this demonstrates that basals are going up again.

June 2019- 17 through  23 with Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern- ODD sugar drops

As mentioned above, this new menstrual cycle pattern with WHOOPS sugar change possibilities. For other people with diabetes AND WHOOPS DISEASE this may be a pattern that impacts them eventually also. With the last cycle sugars kept going up, so basals kept being raised. This last cycle beginning 2 days before the period bleeding started was at a high peak, it went down over 10 basal units in 7 days through the menstrual cycle into the last day, the 23rd. The time of change impacts were 6am AND 6pm. BUT today, 6-24-2019 everything has slightly leveled, for 6 hours, then returned to dropping again.

Like with the images above the June Chart Color Definitions section above describes the coloring, for June, variations in basal rates of insulin from the previous day. The numbers in the images display the veracity of that action by Rhapsodie.

June 2019- 24 through  30 with Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern- ODD sugar drops

The June sugar patterns started going up with some back and forth spiking and falling patterns. Which began with longer frames of time, but got graduated in times for a cycle of 2 to 5 days, then shifted in times with highs.

Beginning to End of June Shifts

As you can see with the end of June versus the beginning of the month there are patterns of basal changes that aren’t normal. For those of you who don’t take insulin, the basal rates are the amount needed to keep alive without any food insulin being taken. The changes were over 10 units, which I told my family about, the pattern changes on the records above show some of the maximums and minimums, the greatest changes were between the days of

  • June 21 with 25.21 in basal units per day AND
  • June 01 with 38.925 units in basal insulin per day

that was a change of over 13 units in basal during the month. Here are the records of the first of the month and the last of the month:

Early in June

and here are the records from the end of June:

June 29th & 30th Records

With this month the basal changes were much greater than they were in the month of May, but for June the base insulin amounts for the day were going down, not up.

  • June 01 with 38.925 units in basal insulin per day
  • June 30 with 25.98 units of base insulin per day.

For the month of June from beginning to end this was a change of about 13 units per day, with the insulin going down. Since the insulin levels in May went up about 5 units per day, there was a decrease of over 8 units in total since the beginning of May. The changes of insulin have continued into July with more food variations in changes impacting situations.

While I’ve not lived through July yet, some records have been started on the incomplete July pages shared under the WHOOPS DISEASE- 7b4. Problems with Diabetes & JULY Details page.

Other Connecting Posts

WHOOPS DISEASE-1. Animals

WHOOPS DISEASE-2. Females

WHOOPS DISEASE- 2b. Water Weight Chart Comparisons

WHOOPS DISEASE-3. Males

WHOOPS DISEASE- 4. More!

WHOOPS DISEASE-5. Nano Mites?

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

 

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

Problems with Diabetes during WHOOPS DISEASE include abnormal sugar results and body actions that impact uses of insulin and diet actions. Because Rhapsodie only noted the information on the previous pages, some which emphasize diabetes aspects with Whoops Disease, more is being shared on this page with details of Rhapsodie’s sugars. Additionally Rhapsodie is adding notes on how to understand the information that’s being shared and how she interpreted that information in regards to Whoops Disease.

Here’s some charted information showing how Rhapsodie’s odd insulin basal patterns were lived since  May of 2019

In the coloring added to these charts the best way to do that, was to put the information on the chart then color it, if I was to run to my computer to add the new numbers without giving time to make sure I’d set the basal accurately I could have colored it up OR down, BUT later would have had to reread and fix the document for what worked.

Understanding the Chart Images Information

Since Rhapsodie made these Excel pages, which she calls Accurate 2019 sugar results, she knows what the meanings are without these definitions, but because you aren’t familiar with the pages she is adding information for your reference in referring to the chart images being shared after. The May into June of 2019 pattern was observed in conjunction with her menstrual cycle and how the pattern is timed at least from the last cycle, BUT males may have the same patterning with no menstruation hassles OR not when it comes to WHOOPS DISEASE  because things are weird.

The up & down basal pattern colors
  • The numbers with the chart basals on the charts there are 2 different basal number types the full hours & the half of the hour averages.
  • The Minimed 670G pump has use options, I’ve chosen to set my insulin with the 100ths showing, this means that I can set more incremental amounts of insulin for better sugar control. With the graph I’m sharing the 100ths (1.00), BUT at times I also share 1,000ths (1.000), so that the hour split by the basals in half are both added to the chart. This means that
    • in this segment of record there are only 2 different basals, but the one hour until the half (30) of the hour was at 1.55 then at the (30) changed to 1.60.

      • Then those numbers are averaged together, so
        • 55 + 1.60 ends up averaging at 1.575
          • Longhand
            • 55 + 1.60= 3.15
            • 15 / 2= 1.575
          • Double Check
            • 575 + 1.575= 3.15
          • BUT at times the averaging is hidden because the numbers going together end up with a 100th proportion not a thousandth. So 1.60 + 1.50 in average equals 1.55.
        • Because of this there the chart shouldn’t be used to ‘know the basal rates’ on the insulin pump.
          • It’s a partial guide, doctors need to scan information of the rows to understand the patterns better.
          • It can be good to get an accurate basal pattern list
            • Minimed’s Carelink reports include the basal patterns with what’s on the pump in the report making.
            • The spreadsheet chart would need additional columns of time added to do the half hours with the chart for more accurate basal changes.
  • The up & down basal pattern colors in this chart are based on the options in Excel, I didn’t change the pattern coloring behind because that’s information corresponding times of day & life, so the colors with the basals are not as distinct for anyone looking at these pages in black & white. For those of you who don’t take insulin, the basal rates are the amount needed to keep alive without any food insulin being taken.
  • May Chart Color Definitions

June Chart Color Definitions

There is more in this section because I saw more layering when looking at this last month of information with the basals.

As time goes on with the changes these colors can shift into the new patterns also, BUT it can not be a reference to the previous information with the same colors. Ideas are to shift the shading color spectrum to make this more differentiable, but it’s not yet complete…

The date & day rows
  • The date & day rows contain my sugar test results with the sugar checker numbers added, but
    • every hour where 2 or more tests were done has been averaged, unless an extreme causes me to use another hour OR to list 2 numbers.
  • The date & days, shown on this chart like this with date & day  as shown which are defining the information in the rows. For your information with Excel
    • the ROWS are horizontal, so going with the information acrossed the page &
    • the COLUMNS go up & down so are vertically defined with column information above & below the shared information.
TIMES of day shown in columns & a time row
  • In this chart are organized with military time from 0 through 23:59:59, so the time row, in grey, shows the times starting with 0 and going to 23, each of those is an hour of time.
  • The columns are colored to work with the AM & PM designations and times of day,
    • So 0 to 11:59:59 is the AM column, in lighter shade on the left. This is from 12 midnight to 11:59:59, before noon.
    • 12 to 23:59:59 is the PM greenish column to the right of the chart, this defines the times from 12 noon until 11:59:59, before midnight.
The sugar result rows are from the sugar checker results ONLY

The coloring with this chart are similar to the high & low colors that Minimed charts, BUT I love seeing the greens because that’s my sugar being right.

The Horizontal RedLines

The horizontal red lines, as you can see with the chart, were placed as indications of when Rhapsodie had the 670G Minimed Insulin Pump sensor turned on.

  • For Rhapsodie with WHOOPS DISEASE the sensor isn’t a reliable source for sugar results.
    • It beeps with disconnects, like when she places her arm over it, like to hold something, or she lays on it, or she sets it under a boob then leans forward the pump loses the ‘sensor’ signal. This means turning it off while sleeping allows sleep without ‘bad beeps’.
      • This water interference is not normal for diabetics without WHOOPS DISEASE, unless they are swimmers OR in the bath for extended time frames.
        • The water interference’s have messed with my sugar in other ways. A Minimed technologist, as mentioned above told Rhapsodie, “I am not a doctor, but these numbers show me that your body is responding a lot faster than this pump is programmed to work with the auto-mode in action.” Also this is part of the reason for the problems with the sensor uses.

Some patterns of Rhapsodie’s Insulin Changes Charted

The spreadsheet workbook Rhapsodie formed is a tool she’s used to keep track of the super frequent insulin changes and how these relate with her sugar levels, she is able to add the Blood Glucose (BG) meter results that the insulin pump charts don’t show. BUT it takes hours each day to add the numbers and interpret the information beyond normal patterns & cycles. The patterns are shifting so often that my chart records aren’t fully accurate, they are based on records I do have and what I remember with times also.

While the spreadsheet can help doctors, for Rhapsodie, she also needs to be watching the insulin pump basal change patterns trying to find consistency for planning future insulin rates. Presently the chart is generally a follow up used to double check her previous patterns, BUT it could help others to set up their patterns if they are aware of things before they get hit with them.

Rhapsodie’s results show odd shifts as you can see from the images. For the basal shifts / changes going back a half an hour is done to make sure that the basal change impacts the body correctly. The insulin change values as results can’t really be observed until the follow day unless additional variations were made before those times because of the previous shifting being information leading to those shifts. With the Minimed 670G the chart that’s available with use of the sensor gives a pattern line that allows the records of when to change better to follow and use.

When the sensor is turned off the sugar tests are the only results of use for the change possibilities. The insulin pump results are not accurate enough for me to trust them alone, that’s why I’ve started appreciating the sensor even though it’s not liked much. So when I’m using the sensor I’ve had to multiply my sugar checking about 3 times more than normal. Part of that could be because of WHOOPS DISEASE changes that are abnormal also such as so much water under the skin which causes the sensor results to be way out of wack. Plus the body with WHOOPS DISEASE holding ‘real sugars’ near the organs instead of on the watery layers filling the body.

May 2019-  09  through 12 Rhapsodie’s Insulin Up & Down Pattern

What these results show are some of Rhapsodie’s mistakes with these patterns, but also how the shifting isn’t normal insulin use. With working to learn the patterns then dealing with the hassles from these is a lot of work done without any profit other than good health.  That’s a good reason to work this hard.

I’m sorry that the numbers are almost indistinguishable on these pages, I hope you’ll trust that my pattern coloring shows the information of the patterns good enough if you can’t read the numbers.

May 2019- 13 through 15 Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern

May 2019- 16 through 19 Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern

You can see that there are time variations in pattern records in these rows of information that are not the same as those in the previous 2 sets of patterns.

May 2019- 20 through 23 Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern

You can see that there are more pattern alterations on this chart, it’s not as dramatic as some of the upcoming patterning when menstrual hassles shift patterns even more.

May 2019- 24 through 26 Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern- with some Premenstrual

There are more pattern alterations on this chart; it begins demonstrating the premenstrual insulin & sugar alterations that are faster than normal. Regularly from my normal body cycle during a premenstrual period my insulin use rises a tenth of a unit for hour over 3 to 5 days. BUT you can see from the High levels previously charted basal insulin was raised over a tenth of a unit in only 2 days.

 

May 2019- 27 through 31 Rhapsodie’s Up & Down insulin Pattern- with ‘the’ Menstrual cycle

As was mentioned previously I’m not sure if men have a weird variable pattern also, it could be the creators of the Nanos added a pattern that impacts women as a pattern hitting men also. This chart begins the day my period started flowing with the insulin going up another 5th of unit per hour which is a time and a half of raise. It’s half more than a normal menstrual cycle rise.

BUT things go even weirder because normally with my periods

  • the highest day with my sugar is the first 24 to 36 hours after my period starts. Then
  • the sugar drops by a tenth of a unit, into the normal range, for the next 3 to 4 days until my cycle fully ends. Then
  • I have 24 hours of another tenth of a unit insulin drop.
  • That ends with my insulin returning back up into the normal range. BUT NOT THIS TIME…

This cycle was 5 days of high basals in a row, yeehah, no ups and downs. BUT the patterns come back irregularly after these ups.

Beginning to End of May Shifts

For May there are changes in insulin uses basal wise are for

  • May 9th the amount of basal units at 34.58 per day BUT
  • May 31st with 39.55 units of base insulin per day,

that’s a difference of almost positive 5 units per day which is way different than normal changes which are about a maximum of only 2 units per month up and down with menstrual cycles AND other activity change cycles that are more normal. With activity levels going up more normally with better weather these patterns should be going lower, but they didn’t. Here are those summary sections from:

Early May with Basals first in Spreadsheet Records of Rhapsodie

Late May with Basals of Rhapsodie’s Records

These insulin changes are some of the first Rhapsodie has put into record in Excel, so there aren’t earlier comparisons. As you can see the dramatic changes in insulin aren’t normal, and these patterns of changes as mentioned above were abnormal enough with Whoops Disease, that Rhapsodie started making these records of changes for references and for sharing with you, who may be suffering Whoops Disease and diabetes.

For all of these patterns changes continue into June shared on the next post, called WHOOPS DISEASE- 7b3. Problems with Diabetes & JUNE Details.

Other Connecting Posts

WHOOPS DISEASE-1. Animals

WHOOPS DISEASE-2. Females

WHOOPS DISEASE- 2b. Water Weight Chart Comparisons

WHOOPS DISEASE-3. Males

WHOOPS DISEASE- 4. More!

WHOOPS DISEASE-5. Nano Mites?

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

WHOOPS DISEASE- 7b1. Problems with Diabetes

Many of the issues with diabetes aren’t being discussed here, just how WHOOPS DISEASE really impacts diabetics, people possibilities to get diabetes from WHOOPS DISEASE, and people with WHOOPS DISEASE have greater hassles with their diabetes if they have it. Some aspects of these pages will be shifted into new pages, but not at the moment, sorry for the massive size of this document which still needs fixing for readers.

New Diabetics…

with issues of previous diabetics also.

Some people get diabetes with WHOOPS DISEASE, eventual ‘cure’ treatment for WHOOPS DISEASE should take away the ‘new diabetes’ AND possibly the ‘previous diabetes’ also.  The diabetic issues of Rhapsodie are probable with the new diabetics also, BUT the possibility of returning to normal after WHOOPS DISEASE is ‘cured’ means that the diabetes problems will go away also with those people. This is different for people who have had diabetes.

Previous Diabetics

Rhapsodie has been type 1 diabetic since she was 5, so she reads these symptoms versus her diabetic normality’s.

Sugar & Insulin Use Records

Rhapsodie has, recently, formed a spreadsheet to keep track of the super frequent insulin changes and how these relate with her sugar levels. BUT it takes hours each day to add the numbers and interpret the information beyond normal patterns & cycles. While the spreadsheet can help doctors, for Rhapsodie, she also needs to be watching the Minimed 670G Insulin Pump graph patterns. It’s not the easiest thing in the world and it’s continuous work.

As is mentioned below the coloring added to these charts could be done hourly, but it’s not at present for Rhapsodie the best way to do that. The basal change colors are based on basal (underlying base uses of insulin for life without food as a factor) insulin amount changes. Using the comparisons from the previous days makes it easier to determine how to color versus doing it as the basals are being changed. Other insulin pump systems and sugar checkers could make this easier if the graphs are accurate enough to utilize AND if they are keeping basal rates in record with the other information.

Some insulin pump options & sugar checker options, like the CGM systems which may OR may not be insulin pump integrated, also have graphing which may allow memory systems to keep records of the basal patterns corresponding to living with diabetes also.

CGM Information

You can find information using the search engines you prefer to find

  • CGM’s; OR Continuous Glucose Monitors involve poking into the sking so they aren’t loved OR really even liked by me causing more holes in my body every time they are used.
    • The NO Prick Sugar Checkers, I’ve located in research are really not ‘approved’ by the United States FDA maybe comments can cause them to do more approving. They haven’t approved the 3 I like the most yet, but with checking my sugar up to 23 times a day recently, then poking in the sensor device, then poking in the insulin needles regularly my body is more scarred than not from needle pricks. The ones I like may OR may not be able to be linked to insulin pumps, they may OR may not be able to share that information gotten with computer systems but some of them have that available with NO PRICKING AT ALL! More No Prick Links below!

AND

But here are some links to options I’ve heard about and have observed on occasion.

Some Insulin Pump & CGM Connected Options

Other Pricking CGM options without insulin systems connected

No Prick Glucose Monitors which may work as well with CGM &/OR insulin pumps

  • GlucoTrack– Clips on ear for readings AND may be approved already with the FDA
    • Clips on ear, reads the numbers within one minute, uses a combination of Ultrasonic, Electromagnetic, and Heat capacity. (thermal) for reading the sugars and allows USB connection to cell phone, tablets, computers for charting the information, and will allow numbers to be added manually to the pump. Problem only reads when used, but that’s fine for the use with the sensor & the ear clip may hurt in repeated uses over weeks, months & years of time.
  • CNOGA– BG meter is NOT approved by FDA for blood glucose monitoring. BUT their other machines offer that as an option with the devices, but the programming needs to be loaded for this option to be active-
    • VSM- Vital Signs Monitor
      • VSM intended to suit the customers specific needs and includes 3 versions according to customers’ requirements. The basic VSM measures 3 bio-parameters includes Pulse, Blood pressure and Oxygen saturation (SpO2). Additional parameters such as Blood gases or Hematology parameters can be added to the device [BUT you need to ask, to get those, the U.S. FDA has not approved this for sugar checking.] VSM approved for marketing in more than 37 countries (Certifications: CE, CFDA , Anvisa).Cnoga Medical is the only company in the world approved by the U.S FDA for cuff less monitoring of blood pressure & Pulse
        • Pulse
        • Oxygen saturation (SpO2)
        • Continuous, Non-invasive Cuff-free Blood Pressure
        • [BUT NOT for sugar checking yet!]
    • COG- Combo Glucometer (CoG) [Not U.S. FDA approved, stupid]Place your finger, close the lid and measurement start automatically …within 1 minute.
      • Non-invasive Glucometer
      • No pricking, No pain
      • Personal Device
      • For Adult Diabetics (age>18)
      • Suitable for Type1 and Type2
      • Small and Lightweight – ˜100g
      • Compact and Easy-to-use
      • Unlimited usage life
      • 500 Measurement memory
    • MTX- Matrix Monitor- approved in U.S. but super complicated for simple glucose measures because of the multiples tested at one time
      • Continuous, Non-invasive and Cuff-free Blood Pressure
      • Non-invasive Hemoglobin,
        • Hematocrit, and
        • RBC
      • Non-invasive Blood Gases (Ph, PCO2, PO2, O2&CO2 Content)
      • Non invasive Cardiac Output , Stroke Volume, MAP
      • Less than 60 seconds test
      • Four LED lights shine wavelengths from visual light to infrared light through the fingertip.
      • As the light wave pass through the fingertip, some of it is absorbed and the light signal is changed.
      • Next, a camera sensor detects the changed light signal in real time.
      • Using patented algorithms and a vast amount of data MTX analyze the correlation between the signal and bio parameters
  • Gluco-wise– In development
    • can be used on ear OR with hands using radio waves and totally non-invasive, but still in testing, can allow the numbers to be manually added to the pump. Problem only reads when used, but that’s fine with the sensor for pump in use also.
  • GlucoTrack– Clips on ear for readings AND may be approved already with the FDA
    • Clips on ear, reads the numbers within one minute, uses a combination of Ultrasonic, Electromagnetic, and Heat capacity. (thermal) for reading the sugars and allows USB connection to cell phone, tablets, computers for charting the information, and will allow numbers to be added manually to the pump. Problem only reads when used, but that’s fine for the use with the sensor & the ear clip may hurt in repeated uses over weeks, months & years of time.
  • Diabetesnet.com- Lightouch non-invasive glucose monitoring device
  • More No-Prick Options Info

Rhapsodie’s Insulin Changes & Sugar Hassles with WHOOPS DISEASE

For Rhapsodie’s life with WHOOPS DISEASE and insulin changes having records of Blood Glucose (BG) tests for accurate uses she has built an Excel Spreadsheet chart . For her it’s generally a follow up used to double check her basal & sugar record patterns, BUT it could help others to set up their patterns if they are aware of things before they get hit with them.  A technologist reviewing Rhapsodie’s problems with the ‘auto-mode’ option of the 670G told her, “ I am not a doctor, but these numbers show me that your body is responding a lot faster than this pump is programmed to work with the automode in action.” This has meant my actions NOT using automode have kept me healthier.

Finger Pricking Hassles

I don’t like other features of automode also, but Minimed does take comments and put them on record, so some of my suggestions have worked, my sugar reports through their systems now include more of my finger prick measures.

  • I’m pricking my fingers about 11 times a day, that’s a big problem with the sugar hassles, because my skin is dryer and scarring is greater.
    • I try to remember to change my fingers regularly, but this sugar checker is a problem for using my lower ears, BUT you might find pricking your lower ear lobes works well with less finger pricking needed. The pain sensors at the lower ear lobes are less than on the fingers. The edges of the ears beneath an earring hole are better locations than higher, because pain sensitivity goes up the higher up the ear, the closer to ear stiffness you get.

Other WHOOPS DISEASE Sugar Oddities & Hassles

I’m sorry everyone, I’ve only been handling the diabetes by Minimed Insulin Pumps for over 20 years. That has meant, with more recent machines, my sugar checker in communicating with the pump have allowed my doctors some records to use. BUT I haven’t taken the time with WHOOPS DISEASE to chart the information too accurately until just recently. And (more…)

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

Everyone should be aware of updates with the disease, I try to add those onto the list for the last years, but it’s somewhat a sort through and find thing. So for the present I’m just adding symptoms here, because it’s the more recent things for me, my family, and maybe for you too. I’m adding another apology because I do not have the clinical name yet, it’s changed so much over the years since I’ve learned about it, so only the ‘professionals’ with the treatment have the clinical name.  BUT Whoops Disease, named by Rhapsodie is easy to remember AND because many of us get it whoopsily it makes sense for us.

Here are the disease updates I’ve suffered, but the diabetes ‘addition’ to other people’s lives is a huge hassle, AND that goes away for normal people with treatment BUT for diabetics certain treatment time periods take away diabetes also.

Additional symptoms

Additional symptoms and bits beyond the emotional ups and downs which have continued for months through my whole family include:

  • For Damp Ears
  • For Dry Eyes
    • I use the Equate Brand from Walmart  Multi-Purpose Solution in the back corners of my eyes about once a week, but you can use it as much as you need. This reduces the itchiness and if you wear contacts I find it’s also recommended for use daily.
  • For Men over 50- Stiffening FEET, doctors say it’s arthritis freezing those

    • Treatment for Whoops Disease should release the tension of bone arthritis problems, BUT
      • After treatment extra care to return flexibility to your feet is needed. Because during the freezing processes, muscles and tendons in the feet are stiffening from the lack of movement flexing, so with return of bone flexibility the muscles and tendons need care to not be stressed in getting normal flexibility for how you were back again.
      • Shiatsu heat feet massager machines may work, BUT it may help to flex and stretch your feet as soon as you think you have Whoops Disease impacting you.
  • Burping Hassles
    • Gas gets in the gut and hurts if you don’t let it go. It’s only gas, but drinking water, soda, and anything without protein added will give you gas.
    • Treatment Plans & Cares
      • Try to burp is a useful action,
      • Drinking highly carbonated drinks can help also,
      • I’ve found using hydrogen peroxide, like 1/4 to 1/8 of a teaspoon in 1 cup of water is a big gas helper. Try to avoid taking too much so you don’t have other issues than gas.
        • Take care with this if you take too much you’ll be farting as well as burping.
        • The pharmaceutical is way cheaper than the food grade and is more viable if you aren’t getting any additional additives. My container is a mix of stabilized hydrogen peroxide & purified water, it has 3% of hydrogen peroxide meaning I use more than a tinsy bit.
  • Hemorrhoid Issues
    • The hard & soft pooping problems can cause hemorrhoids that are unlikely for you at your age. So there are options to take care of things:
    • Treatment Plans & Cares
      • Make sure to use Vaseline on your rear hole every time you shit, this softens your ass and helps you avoid wounding yourself with super hard shits.
      • Also please try to suck it up, so you can rearrange what ‘forms’ are coming out.
        • I have had to  use my fingers, to break up the
          • Baseball feeling, larger than golf ball size mass.
          • The multiple golf balls worked out better with finger breakups also.
            • SO make sure to have finger cleaning wipes/ solutions or a SINK ready to treat your hands with these hassles.
      • If you can always work to make sure your fiber intake is great, at least one high fiber serving OR 2 or 3 per day. Is always good for your diet, but you may need to increase the high fiber content with this disease so that the poops are less of a problem, like adding 2 or 3 of the-
        • Oatmeal as daily serving snack OR meal.
        • High Fiber Snacks like
          • Triscuits as daily serving snack OR meal.
          • Granola as daily serving snack OR meal.
          • Other
        • High Fiber Brand Cereals like
          • Frosted Mini Wheats as daily serving snack OR meal.
          • Oat Bran Cereal as daily serving snack OR meal.
          • Other
  • Odd sugar problems– Rhapsodie has been type 1 diabetic since she was 5, so she reads these symptoms versus her diabetic normalities.
    • Take a bath in one week and every time sugar drops;
    • The week later take a bath and every time sugar goes up to 203 to 206.
    • Other weeks of sugar oddities-
      • 5 days 1 unit up, a pause, 5 days 1 unit down then
        • a break of 5 weeks
      • 3 days 1 unit up, a pause, 3 days 1 unit down repeated for 3 days
        • followed by a larger break of 3 weeks then
      • 1 day a unit up & 1 day a unit down for 7 days…
    • I’m not sure what’s next with the sugar hassles.
  • Sneezing is super heavy
    • That means using a face mask is not enough, using a handkerchief wrap over the face mask may not be comfortable, but a face pad with the mask can also work asorbitively.
    • Avoid passing lung fluids
      • Wear a face mask;
      • Do not sneeze or cough on your hands; Use elbow OR shoulder so you don’t spread the stuff.
      • Using bleach and boiling water should kill the ‘bugs’ ALSO dry heat will kill them, so a normal wash is fine with a hot air dryer.
      • Using a burn can in an oven with fire can destroy any tissues capturing lung mucus & sneeze crap that may hold the infection.
  • Sound Sensitivity
    • This has begun for me, pitchey noises get louder and more annoying, this is supposed to continue and get worse until it disappears. This can continue for 1 week up to 3 weeks, I’m suffering the early stages now.
    • Treatment Ideas
      • Outside nature sounds do not have this bothering effect;
      • Voices might OR might not;
      • Music; TV; Computer; and other electronic sounds cause a pitchy noise problem leading to headaches, so preparing by having
        • Ear plugs (normal foam ones);
        • Noise pitch ear plugs;
        • Noise canceling headsets;
        • Noise life plans;
          • Tell family about the situations so they can be prepared to live with you through these situations.
          • Work mates & job people might be able to work with you also, your boss can hopefully have plans to work with you through  these times.
  • Abnormal Planters Warts
    • Plus for people is the planters warts in the feet causing horrid foot pains. These like fill the foot with pain spread through the whole foot.
      • Treatment gets rid of these, if they aren’t the ‘normal’ planters warts infections.
      • Surgery to remove the pains could be an option, but you might not want the option if we determine the clinical ‘name’ of Whoops Disease for correct doctor treatment and care FIRST.  Hah, most of my doctors are treating me for other things like:
        • Diabetes,
        • Asthma (which I do not have so use chamomile tea)
        • Colds (which I treat as on other pages WITHOUT prescriptions)
        • Acid Re-flux (which I treat naturally with unpasteurized cider vinegar & honey before bed.)
      • My natural Whoops Disease, during disease, treatments are listed in the other pages, linked below for any who want to read more.

Other Connecting Posts

WHOOPS DISEASE-1. Animals

WHOOPS DISEASE-2. Females

WHOOPS DISEASE- 2b. Water Weight Chart Comparisons

WHOOPS DISEASE-3. Males

WHOOPS DISEASE- 4. More!

WHOOPS DISEASE-5. Nano Mites?

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

 

Exterior Work my Comments at Home Advisor

Because of comments I made at Home Advisor sharing my information I’m adding my writing about MULTIPLE COMMENTS on A HOME ADVISOR PAGE THAT were made by me. This is in case anyone comes to this site because I made those comments. Often I do not share information about home work, but I’ve done research, have done painting, and have tried to make sure I learn how to do work before taking the time to do it.

After learning how to do work I try to make sure the actions I tried live well over time. So the application of plastic siding instead of paint likely have multiple variables that impact the coverage beyond the materials used. Because of some knowledge gained with time & work in exterior paint jobs as well as ideas from the comments on that Liquid Siding- Worth a Look? Home Advisor page, I’m adding that information here for reference.

Planning to do outside work is generally a normal consideration for homeowners around this time of year, being spring. The options for outside work depend, but property care is a constant endeavor, so there are often tasks that are shifted and varied depending on materials considered and costs factored with these considerations. Many individuals that don’t consider the future, are so short term in what is considered that they fail to calculate future care costs and values when considering options for the present. Money is generally the main cost consideration, but time, energy, effort, care needs, work efforts, problem costs from lack of care impact all of these decisions.

When calculation the costs and values in products and materials for work and for projects there are many options and many considerations. For instance with the Liquid Siding, what is the material is as important as how is the material applied and who does the application. That’s why I shared my comments on Home Advisor, because the liquid vinyl ‘paint’ material seems wonderful versus normal paint being that if applied correctly the care over time is tremendously reduced.

Comments– on the Home Advisor page about Liquid Siding

Marie Harsh, July 3:

I had liquid siding put on my house 10 yrs ago. The cost was very fair. To this day it still looks as good as it did from day 1, I haven’t had to do any upkeep and the bugs don’t like it.

Rhapsodie’s Words in response to Marie’s Comments with Additional Notes

But what product did Marie use? &

What application process was used &

Who were the appliers?

At times many people do not read the instructions, at times people that read the instruction do not follow the instructions correctly either so they end up with product problems.

For materials like paints the applications vary with the form of the product, spray paint versus applicator paints have various pros & cons with different application procedures & needs. Some application considerations include temperatures & humidity levels with applications.

Often products mention temperatures to be above OR between AND

  • this may not mean atmospheric temperatures, but SURFACE TEMPERATURES, humidity levels to be under.
    • Painters working in the correct atmosphere may still need to work on different surface locations with those correct conditions because of various surfaces and the needs with those.
      • Like applying paint on the south in the middle of the day IS BAD,
        • when the sun was out all day in the evening after the sun sets while the times are dry can be better.
        • OR in the morning if the night was dry and the humidity level was correct.]

Professional painters organize application times and patterns based on various application needs and processes with the materials, the surfaces, and the time needs with that work. Anyone trying to cut the application times, with how they do the work and when they do it are likely to cause future problems AND reduce the lifespan of the work values because of their actions.

For the Liquid Vinyl Siding, because the material is ‘newer’ the application methods aren’t as widely broadcast OR experimented with as are methods and actions with painting. Because of that businesses selling or sharing those products should have taken the time to develop good use processes. Sandi suffered because this wasn’t done when she used the product, she blamed the wood surface, but I’m sure there were multiple factors impacting that application AND the results being suffered by her and her family.

Rhapsodie’s Words About Products & Procedures from this comment are added into an additional page, but were shared at Home Advisor also.

Home Work Rhapsodie’s Words Shares:

Exterior Work my Comments at Home Advisor

Business Continuation Steps… PLUS

WHOOPS DISEASE 2b. Water Weight Chart Comparisons

For Rhapsodie her suffering with Whoops Disease has been multiplied by doctors who assume a lot without taking the time to get outside of their own comfort zone in investigating issues Rhapsodie has mentioned. So Rhapsodie spent almost 24 hours gathering information and making a chart, so the doctors could have a scannable reference when she mentions water weight.

The adult human body water intake & output use image, at Quora.com page under Dr. Larson’s name was used to form the chart information with Rhapsodie’s information & variables included. The other details explaining that chart, more, are saved in upcoming additional blog pages, because this page will be big enough. I’m sorry about that, it’s just too much work right now to fix and modify a whole blog sharing when there are followers that keep returning to find out more details before they suffer inaccurately by bad doctoring.

This chart has been created about Rhapsodie and by her, because images as are shown demonstrating Rhapsodie’s altered looks in the in the WHOOPS DISEASE- 2. Females pages, they are not being added her again. BUT the chart images compiled with formatting & coloring for easier connection between multiple pages are being shown, followed by the other present blog post links.

A- Intro to Rhapsodie’s WHOOPS DISEASE Water Weight Chart
b- Comparison of Metabolism water intake & Feces water releases, in Rhapsodie’s WHOOPS DISEASE Water Weight Chart with the information of the first parts of the 2 left columns from Quora.com.

c- Comparison of foods water intake & insensible LOSS water output, in Rhapsodie’s WHOOPS DISEASE Water Weight Chart with the information of the first parts of the 2 left columns from Quora.com.

d- Comparison of beverages ingestion as water intake & sweat water losses, in Rhapsodie’s WHOOPS DISEASE Water Weight Chart with the information of the first parts of the 2 left columns from Quora.com.

e- Comparison of insensible gain water intake & urine fluid output, in Rhapsodie’s WHOOPS DISEASE Water Weight Chart with the information of the first parts of the 2 left columns from Quora.com.

f- Comparison of intake & output TOTALS with a comparison summary in Rhapsodie’s WHOOPS DISEASE Water Weight Chart.

For Rhapsodie the difference between her normal 140 and 193 pounds is 53 pounds that’s a gain in 22 days, but we never calculated

  • menstrual cycle releases, so that is more calculation to consider. Plus
  • sneezes,
  • coughs,
  • bouts of diarrhea,
  • frequent sinus draining, and
  • more.

Being that Rhapsodie has not been eating the calories she did before the disease for many years, and other research supports this, Rhapsodie seems to be starving in the United States looking like a woman from Africa who’s suffering a parasite problem also. With the swollen belly, skinny hands & feet, dark hollows around the eyes, cracking fingernails, dry skin, cracking lips, and more.

End of this Whoops Disease Post, more continues on pages not added yet, but also on other pages. Links are below.

Other Connecting Posts

WHOOPS DISEASE-1. Animals

WHOOPS DISEASE-2. Females

WHOOPS DISEASE- 2b. Water Weight Chart Comparisons

WHOOPS DISEASE-3. Males

WHOOPS DISEASE- 4. More!

WHOOPS DISEASE-5. Nano Mites?

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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