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Old 10-18-2003, 05:00 AM
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Default Lantus, food diary, control

Have been on 10 units of Lantus for about 7 months. Also taking 3 different oral meds. Previously, my A.M. readings were good but increased to unacceptable levels during the day. Since beginning Lantus, my glucose levels are well into the normal range; in fact A.M. levels are dropping to the 60's and 70's. I feel my oral meds will be adjusted at my next Dr.'s visit in several weeks. I keep a log of my glucose levels and also keep a food diary. This helps to keep me on track because I don't want to see high numbers or foods that would drive my levels up! My endocronologist has been most helpful in the 8 years I have been with him. Cajun girl, Louisiana.
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