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It’s very likely that you may have a very different routine when you are at university. Watch out for things that may affect your blood glucose level such as changing your physical activities, different types of food, different daily schedules and participating in social events (planned or unplanned). Walking long distances around campus and cycling are also physical activities and may cause hypos. It may take a little while for you to get your Carb estimation right with new types of food.
If you find your glucose has been very up and down from hypo to very high, please consider the following:
If you have a particularly high reading please check whether:
If you are still having issues, please contact your diabetes team for support and they may also need to check on you to make sure you have no other illnesses that are causing your glucose levels to fluctuate.