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Old 12-03-2005, 06:00 AM
Mark
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Default Novolog and Lantus

I have been on both for about 5 months. Being a diabetic for 36 years I previously used Regular and NPH. But of course the A1C's were not that great. So now I am on Novolog and Lantus. They are fine unless you eat pasta or rice dishes. Novolog doesn't seem to handle them too well. I can eat dinner at around 7:00 and then check my blood sugar before bed and the blood sugar may be around 140 to 160. I then take my 32 units of Lantus and go to bed. But when I wake up in the morning my blood sugar is around 250. Some would say that I shouldn't be eating pasta or rice, but they can forget that. There has got to be a better insulin that can handle this!
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