Re: Question: how much Lantus?
- From: "Nancy Huffines" <nhuffine@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 02 Jul 2006 21:43:15 GMT
"oldal4865" wrote in message
However, note that Lantus is supposed to hold you steady during the
night, not bring down a high caused by too much carb during the day. If
you go to bed high, you have a good chance of waking up high. If you
are high before bed then you are a candidate for a shot of fast insulin to
bring you down and allow the Lantus to keep you steady.
I always check and correct but have ended up with a higher morning fbg than
I normally had. The only change in diet, exercise or meds has been a change
from 2X a day 1000mg of metformin to 2X a day Actoplus Met, 15 mg actos plus
850 mg metformin mix. I bolus and correct with humalog, checking bs 4 times
a day, more if I'm sick.