You need to be testing before you eat to see where you are at. Next you need to count carbs and you need to know your carb ratio and your correction factor, all of this is important. I suggest you read Using Insulin by John Walsh. Most T2 still make some insulin.Hi I am new here and wanted to see if anyone has the same problem I have, six years ago I had a mass on my pancress, they removed the tail and body of it after a year I became diabetic. They have now put me on lantus and novolog,my a1c is 10.3 I am afraid to use the novolog because some times my pancress is making inslun and I drop down into the low50s. Is there anything I can take after I eat.