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Old 02-12-2019, 17:08   #21
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Just an update on my change to Tresiba - it's been a little more than a week now. I've been testing like crazy just to establish some data trends - I increased the dosage by 2 units to see if I can stabilize those times of the day where I'm running a little high combined with food intake .
Thank goodness my body has been able to adjust to high BGs without the manifestation of complications over the years - although I'm like any one else and get concerned when I hit a high.
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