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    slin

    is there any indication that you could tell when it comes into affect or when peaks or is the only way tell through hypo symptoms ? what i mean is is there any safe way to tell like symptoms besides getting tired or whatever ?

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    yeah, shakiness, a slight hunger, if you prepare right, you will never have to look out for it, don't make the mistake of thinking you got slin handled because it will handle you

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    ya i totally agree ! i was just curious as to if there is any indication (good indication) when it becomes active ! ill never let myself go hypo i cant, i eat to many carbs after and always have glyco pills with me where ever i go !

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    glucose monitor

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    i figured that would be the only way ! how much they run for ?

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    like $20-30 bucks, plus test strips, it's worth every penny when first time w/ slin. after you get used to how you feel on how many carbs, and seeing your monitor readings you won't need to use it much, even though it still good to have

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