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Today I took my Lantus and Humalog as usual. Ate the same amount of food I always do. 3 hours later I came close to passing out. I was in my classroom so was trying to hide my symptoms. I started eating a giant apple, followed by cramming gummi bears in my mouth. When I could function again (15-20 min later) I tested and Bg was 73. But I know it was much lower. Only thing I noticed was my pens were low and was wondering if the Insulin could have been more concentrated. Is that possible?

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