Well, I was up twice already this week earlier than I had planned because my receiver alarmed with low blood sugars being shown on the trend graph. Both mornings, I had to have juice and a chocolate shake that was plant based and lots of protein in it. After the snack both mornings, I went back to bed for a little longer and then went to have breakfast. Both days had the numbers under 80-> on the graph. This morning's testing was 105 mg/dl when the graph was at 80->.
At 10 am today, I had to have another snack because the numbers had been still dropping even though I had breakfast at 7-7:30 am. Usually, I have between 0-3 units of insulin at breakfast and that usually helps with the amount of carbs. I have each morning. Today, it's completely unclear why I keep going lower when nothing has changed for either day. I ate the same amount of carbs. for each day at breakfast, but dropped the dosage of insulin. Will see what happens the rest of today.
The sensor is working great except for a few hiccups here and there. The new sensor needs to be inserted on Friday this week, so I may also change the transmitter then at the same time and not wait for the 22nd since I don't want to stop a new sensor that will be started a few days sooner. When a new transmitter is needed, you have to pair it to the phone and receiver so everything can talk to each other. Hopefully, they both can work until then.