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Jeremyj99

761d

How many units does everyone take when trying to get your high blood sugar down. Like my blood sugar was 203 and going up, so I took 2 units to get it to come back down.

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    • Jeremyj99

      761d

      Right, I use the freestyle libre 2 to watch my blood sugars also. I really like it

    • Tinley

      760d

      I take 1 unit per 100 high. Like 2 for 200 or 3 for 300.

    • Shoup_Man

      760d

      When my blood sugar is 180 I take one unit. Then 1 unit for every 50 it goes higher.

    • Jeremyj99

      761d

      Right, I use the freestyle libre 2 to watch my blood sugars also. I really like it

    • Sev7n

      761d

      I usually take 1 unit per 50 when fixing high blood sugars. There are some foods that slowly continue to rise for about 3 hours so I take more if needed. Using the freestyle libre 2 helps with monitoring sugar levels.

    • Jeremyj99

      761d

      Yeah that’s what I’m trying now is 5

    • Hussain2021

      761d

      A little bit can all of the sudden may be way too much. Maybe 5 units

    • Hussain2021

      761d

      Mine doesn't seem super consistent.

    • Jeremyj99

      761d

      Yeah I’m working on finding out my correction ratio

    • Skeeter

      761d

      that’s not going to work, I use 15 - 25 units for 203 I just take 10 units but check with your doctor first. Everyone is different.

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